10 more awesome apps for iPhoneography on Matador Goods

Just saw my latest article 10 more awesome apps for iPhoneography was published on Matador. Check it. http://matadornetwork.com/goods/10-more-awesome-apps-for-iphoneography/

To Second Chances and Snow in Budapest

I’m so glad I decided to give Budapest another shot. When I was there back in 2007, I have to admit I did not have the best time. People had […]

Dining at Donghuamen Night Market in Beijing, China

Today’s throwback is more of an explanation of why I no longer eat Chinese food. Ok, there is like one place by my parents’ house that I will still go […]

Bouncing to Bratislava from Vienna

On my last night in Vienna I couldn’t decide where I should go the next day: Bratislava or Brno. Hadn’t been to either but wanted to check out both. Since […]

Conquering Central Europe In The Snow

Hello, I just returned home to Sweden after having conquered Central Europe in a relatively short period of time. It was a tough job, but someone had to do it […]

Open Love Letter to Odessa, Ukraine

Dear Odessa, Just found out Katie from Katie Going Global is going to visit you for a few days and I am insanely jealous. I miss you like you wouldn’t […]

Exploring Lake Titicaca & Taquile Island

I’ve been seeing a lot of photos of Peru and Lake Titicaca swirling around and it made me reminisce. Reminisce over the day I discovered that Titicaca was more than […]

Hanging With Monks in Orheiul Vechi, Moldova

If ever there was a moment when I started to doubt that everything happens for a reason, I think back to the one time I hung with monks inside a […]

10 Seconds in Tokyo

Europe is my thing but something everyone who who reads this blog (even if it’s just my mom) needs to be aware of is that I am in love with […]

Transnistria Photo Essay on Matador Trips

Really excited that my photo essay was finally published on Matador Trips! Of course, it’s all iPhoneography. In my opinion, Transnistria has never looked so good so hopefully it encourages […]

The Sounds in Malmö, Sweden

Watched The Sounds kick off their winter European tour in Malmö, Sweden a couple of weekends ago. It was a great show and for those of you who are not […]

Blonde gypsies everywhere!

To celebrate the “coming out” of my new blog and a proper URL, I decided to dedicate a post to 7 other blonde gypsies that I have recently discovered by […]

Traveling to Tiraspol, Transnistria via Train from Odessa, Ukraine

This post is meant to give straight up facts to anyone interested in visiting Transnistria–a unique little place situated in between Moldova and Ukraine. I’m pretty sure Tiraspol Hostel is […]

Vilnius, Lithuania–in 10 images or less

Talk is cheap. Less is more. So sit back, relax, and let your eyes take a leisurely stroll through Vilnius, Lithuania… Šv. Stanislovo ir Šv. Vladislovo Arkikatedra Bazilika (Cathedral of […]

An Evening in Tallinn, Estonia…with Vana Tallinn

Picked Vana up from the local alkoholipood (that’s liquor store in Estonian) around 8pm. It was still pretty early so we just hung out and cruised around the city for […]

Tallinn, Estonia–in 10 images or less

Talk is cheap. Less is more. So sit back, relax, and let your eyes take a leisurely stroll through Tallinn, Estonia… Main square in the Old Town Some mighty fortifications […]

Guess who found themself in Berlin for a few days…

Instead of flying straight back to Copenhagen from London, I decided to fly to Berlin instead (it was the same price) so I could hang with some friends. I spent […]

London, London, London

  Flew to London at the end of November to celebrate my friend Caroline’s birthday and spend some time with one of my favorite cities in the world. I love […]

Lost in Transylvania: Day Trip to Sighisoara

It was a toss up between going to Sibiu or to Sighisoara on my next “big day out” from Brasov. I really wanted to go to Sibiu because it was […]

Lost in Transylvania: Day Trip to Bran and Rasnov, Romania

Exploring Transylvania was a good time, albeit a busy time. Three nights based in Brasov proved to be not enough to see everything, but I am quite proud of my […]