One of my favourite cyber-offices is the roof top at Cape Quarter Living in De Waterkant, Cape Town.
One of the many advantages of cyber space is that you are, more often than not, able to work anywhere in the world, provided Continue reading
From Monday 18 January 2016 I will be enjoying three weeks of relaxing with game drives, nature walks and reading old school paper books by the campfire in Zambia and Botswana.
The next three weeks I will be offline for the first time in more years than I care to remember. I will be passing a couple of days in, hopefully, leisurely bliss at The Royal Livingstone Hotel exploring nearby Victoria Falls, and, Continue reading
I am aware that some of the recommendations for the perfect weekend in Sydney I gave to the readers of Danish daily, Politiken, a couple of years ago may be outdated by now. However, a couple of my personal favourites, like the coastal walk, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the behind-the-scenes tour at the iconic Sydney Opera House are classics.
I lived in Sydney, possibly my favourite city on the planet, for two years and make it a point to revisit the charming metropolis for an extended period as often as possible.
On this visit I especially look forward to Continue reading
Cape Town is the perfect mix of relaxed seaside living and bustling metropolis… with the added bonus of a very pleasant climate (pictured Clifton Beach).
I will be visiting the vibrant ‘Mother City”, Cape Town in South Africa, from 3 to 27 February 2014. When in Cape Town I will be Continue reading
The popular food festival Copenhagen Cooking has chosen the theme “Taste of Emotions” as it takes Copenhagen this February. But rest assured you will find more traditional, and equally delicious, takes on the seasonal, local delicacies…
Copenhagen sizzles in February 2014 when the popular food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, takes the Danish capital. This year Northern Europe’s biggest food festival has chosen the theme “Taste of Emotions” and aims to put everything from desire and jealousy to joy and happiness into a gastronomical context…
Creativity, art and food
Among the many innovative ventures Continue reading
I collaborated with head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, at Restaurant Kronborg about the recipes for a delicious Danish lunch of ‘smørrebrød’ (a.k.a. open sandwiches) inspired by Danish summer for the popular food festival, Copenhagen Cooking. Check out the recipes at foodie website, Gastro.dk
Northern Europe’s largest, and probably most popular, food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, turned the Danish capital upside down for ten days of culinary delights in August 2013.
The traditional Danish lunch restaurant, Restaurant Kronborg, chipped in with Continue reading