Tripoli

In November I visited Tripoli in North Lebanon for the first time and it was a good trip. Living in Beirut with all its modern buildings, creative vibes and foreign branches and a whole lot of people who speak English and French better than I ever will you sometimes forget that you are in fact…

Beirut

Last year I decided to make my move to Beirut and I haven´t looked back. So far so good, I really love it here. People are really friendly, the food is dangerously delicious, the contrasting scenarios are breathtaking, the narguileh smell around in fascinating cafes is seducing…in short, life is good here. The Lebanese capital…

Austevoll

Late August I went with my family for a relaxing weekend to Austevoll, an island outside of Bergen on the west coast of Norway where my parents have a nice, old cabin that is currently undergoing renovation. Getting away from the city is really great sometimes and your entire focus shifts from noise, cars, people,…

Gamle Bergen

Being from Bergen I tend to stick to my usual places and not really “re-discover” my city whenever I am here. But seeing as I have been here for a few months without knowing whether or not I would be staying for much longer I decided to take the opportunity to check out new sites and…

My Berlin

There is plenty to see and do in Berlin. As I only had a few days I picked a few areas I wanted to get to know better and some sights, restaurants, shops and more that I could check ut. As it is fairly easy to get around I just went from place to place…

Berlin

I went to Berlin the first and only time when I was 16 years old during a school trip but honestly I don´t remember that much. I just remember that we stayed in a shitty hostel with some weird graffiti on the walls, that we visited Check Point Charlie and that we passe by the…

berlin in black and white

Berlin, just like New York, looks really good in black and white. It just does. The urban setting, the buildings, the concrete walls, the rustic European facades, the narrow alleys leading in to big brick buildings, the little coffeeshops and the old subway stations.