Recent Blog Updates

  • Røvær in the picture

    Mar 8, 2018

    Røvær – The ideal community? Would a 108 people scattered over wooden houses on a rock be just right or would it frighten you? Should there be a sea aroud it? With a narrow funnel first, a kind of minifjord, covered in tires to prevent the ferry from being damaged and giving you the impression you are entering a mysterious country?

  • Favelas of Fortaleza in the picture

    Mar 7, 2018

    Fortaleza – One of the most violent cities of Brazil. With the upcoming Olympic Games we wondered what this event would bring the people in the favelas. Would the women benefit? Or the children? Does anything change at all?

  • Tórshavn tips from locals

    Jan 31, 2018

    Tórshavn – Suppose as a veteran traveler you want to impress your friends, or you would love to visit a capital that is very hip, yet quite unknown. Then we have the golden tip. Repeat after us: Torshavn! Might be useful to find it on the map first though.

  • Iceland blues

    Jan 31, 2018

    Langanes – The light just will not go away. An obstinate band of white above the mountain Hleiðólfsfjall keeps the night at a distance. Forty kilometres away, it casts a pale glimmer over Langanes, a peninsula shaped like a duck eagerly looking out over the sea. As if the creature, like me, wants to escape the light.

  • Antwerp tips from locals

    Jan 30, 2018

    Antwerp – “Antwerp is not a city that makes you immediately lose your heart. It is not Hamburg, Ghent or Seville. It’s not the city where you stroll in the shade of trees along centuries-old canals, while listening to the whims of tropical birds, where you see the Art Nouveau facades, and you think to yourself: “My god, how incredibly beautiful! “Here you have to dance at Kiebooms, read Elschot and walk in the snow.