Midsummer Madness

Arabo had been planning our midsummer feast for a whole week and when Midsummer’s day came, he, Pako and Sonja rolled into my kitchen with SO MUCH FOOD! The rest of the crew came at 4 and so we started eating + drinking en masse… ūüėČ Nils was game-leader and we played burnball, catching applesContinue reading “Midsummer Madness”

In Kokrobite we danced in the moonlight

Yesterday we got back from Kokrobite, a small paradise an hour outside of Accra. We stayed in a honeymoon suite (to say the least) at Kokrobite Garden. With paintings, colorful houses, a beautiful garden and snaky pathways I think it makes for the ultimate setting for a wedding. The moon here in Ghana tends toContinue reading “In Kokrobite we danced in the moonlight”

Treats of Northern Ghana

As we woke up around 6.30 on Monday we brought our sweaty bodies out of the bed, into the sunlight. The warm breeze felt as good as a cold shower after a sauna. We were served a small breakfast consisting of meal-replacer bags. We headed out to say goodbye to Joshua, which was a heartfeltContinue reading “Treats of Northern Ghana”

Winter Magic- We Saw a Halo

We celebrated mini-christmas in J√§mtland – my paradise on earth. On our¬†way back home we witnessed an otherworldly phenomenon: a halo.¬†My father was clever enough to realize the strange rainbow in -17 degrees would become a halo and I was stubborn enough to force him to come to a stop. Two of the¬†other photos areContinue reading “Winter Magic- We Saw a Halo”

My new laptop-backpack by In Bag We Trust

I wanted a laptop-backpack, these were my criterions: – Leather with gold-details – Laptop-pocket – Big enough to fit my work-out clothes + lunchbox – Extra pockets I’m picky and buy things very seldom, therefore my perfectionist-heart took another skip when it found exactly what it had been looking for. I bought this beauty via¬†Etsy¬†from¬†InContinue reading “My new laptop-backpack by In Bag We Trust”