I was always grateful that I had developed a love (hunger?) for books early on and that it stayed with me throughout my life, no matter where I was or what I was doing – never more so than during this past year, when books became my favorite blanket fort once more. Here are some highlights, if you’re interested.Continue reading So much Time to Read
Let me take you to the greenest, most stunning landscapes of the Anaga mountains.
After my hiking trip to Achensee and my massive sightseeing trips to Verbania and Milan, I took a real holiday. No phone, just reading books, drinking wine, looking at medieval architecture, and swimming in the sea. Real island time!
Dreary winter days are just the best time so snuggle up next to your fake fireplace and read.
Winter is nasty and grey and cold these days, so here are a few rays of Swedish sunshine!
The ferry hit Helsingborg port and we hit the road. The “Kattegattleden” would take us through the lovely countryside along the coast and all the way to Gothenburg.
SO! It took a little planning and a little patience, but in early August Jana and I were finally able to set out on our summer adventure: biking from Copenhagen to Oslo. And I am not exaggerating when I say it was one of the best journeys ever! Wait and see.
I had an eventful winter, because I moved to a different city and got a new job. But I still managed to read a bit! So here’s another reading list compiled mainly of books I have read and some books that I haven’t. Peppered with springtime imagery.
As we venture into December, I still have some catching up to do, so let’s look back to September. Ehem.
I happen to like a good challenge! So what’s better than challenging yourself, spending time outdoors with an amazing friend and seeing a part of your country that you haven’t seen before? I really wanted to do a great bike tour and found me some awesome company for the road: Jana!
Actually, any time is a good time to read, as far as I am concerned. Here’s this summer’s reading list compiled mainly of books I have read and some books that are still on my list.