El Salvador

El Salvador! Such a tiny country with so much to offer. El Salvador is a magical flirt with sunsets, beautiful beaches and strong waves in a relaxed setting. The country seems to be relatively untouched by tourism compared to its neighbouring countries, which is something I definitely can appreciate. To be completely honest I was a bit preoccupied…

International Women´s Day

(Photo: Unsplash) In the world of today where walls are built to separate, speeches are given to divide equals and we look now more than ever at the differences between us and them we need to look beyond our disparities instead and realize one thing: We are more alike than we are different. Instead of creating an invisible line…

Reykjavik

Reykjavik is exotic in a whole new meaning of the word, at least for me. From my first impression people tend to stick to their own business and live by their specific rules. The city doesn´t really feel like a city at all, but rather more like a small town. Although the size might define it…

Ring Road

A mountainous landscape, adorably fluffy ponies, a couple of glaciers covering acres of land, mirror-like reflections in little ponds and puddles, green, orange, blue, black and grey all depending on the light, black sand beaches and tall lighthouses were just a few of the things we got to see while driving around in Iceland. The…

La Casa Azul

“Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” Frida Kahlo My number one priority to visit in Mexico City was without a doubt Frida Kahlo´s house, also called La Casa Azul (the blue house). This house is colored in an intense cobalt blue shade that leaves nothing for the ordinary. –…

Mexico City

They may be called rapists and criminals by some but not in my book. Mexicans are some of the sweetest, most polite, hospitable and kind people I have ever come across. I made my first Mexican friend already in my teenage years and this amazing impression I got always kinda stuck with me over the years.…

Iceland through the ice

Iceland: so much ICE! Ice caves, ice lagoons, ice beaches, ice on the streets of Reykjavik, ice in our cocktails, ice cold! And I didn´t really mind one bit.  We got to explore an ice cave, we went to the Glacier Lagoon and walked on the Diamond Beach. Definitely a highlight of our trip. Already…