Stockholm’s old town

There are countless activities in Stockholm. From hiring a scooter and whizzing through the endless parks to sitting down in a quaint cafe for fika (coffee and cake). You will never be bored. We spent our Saturday exploring with our kind relative. Hoping off at Galma Stan we strolled around the old town. We were... Continue Reading →

“In my country we go to prison first and then become President. ” ― Nelson Mandela

The day started off in style with a delightful buffet breakfast at Ginja Restaurant overlooking the harbour. We tucked into fruit, yoghurt, granola, a wide range of cured meats, smoked salmon, even endless oysters were an option. Then of course there were plenty of pastries to munch on. We were also allowed bottomless drinks (freshly... Continue Reading →

I am the king of the castle

The day began with royalty, Seaview Hotel cooked us up a feast: runny fried eggs, Heinz baked beans, grilled tomatoes, spinach and cheese veggie sausages and crispy hash browns, lathered in tomato ketchup with buttered brown bread. This was the perfect fuel for the day. Completely full and satisfied from a wonderful meal, we rolled... Continue Reading →

Day two in Bristol

Walking along the river starting in Bristol Redcliffe it is possible to reach the quaint suburbs of Clifton. It is a glorious walk (even if the end is up an extremely steep hill). On our journey we passed the SS Great Britain - the longest boat of her time in 1845. The boat has a... Continue Reading →

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