Södermalm view

Hard to distinguish if this is a train on Storstockholms Lokaltrafik’s line T17, T18 or T19, but that doesn’t really matter I guess. Södermalm borough is a nice place to wander around. It’s steep hills offer some nice views over the old town, and the cruise terminal as is the case here. This part of the city is also less touristy, and has some nice … Continue reading Södermalm view

Some variation in the breaks

You can’t always have drinks on a terrace in between visits when it’s sunny, right? Not always, indeed, so I found myself next to the tracks for a little while, while my girlfriend was chilling out along the water. South of Stockholm’s train station is a bridge over the water, right before the tracks dive into a tunnel. I didn’t stay that long, really, but … Continue reading Some variation in the breaks


Our couple of days in Copenhagen were filled pretty good – we didn’t only chill out on terraces to enjoy the sun. Among the places visited were the church of Our Saviour, the design museum, Nyhavn, Christiansborg palace, the Little Mermaid, Tivoli gardens, lots of designer shops, and the Rundetaarn. In this landmark a spiralling ramp leads up to the top. In between passing visitors … Continue reading Rundetaarn

Recent discoveries

This is the first edition of a new concept I’ll be trying out. On a regular basis, I’ll share “stuff” that I recently discovered or thought of and that I am excited enough about to share with you. “Stuff” will be very diverse: it can range from thoughts or ideas, interesting photos, music, travel destinations, books, gadgets, etcetera. Diverse, thus. Here’s my first short selection. … Continue reading Recent discoveries

About durable transport

During a 1 week vacation, my girlfriend and I made a double citytrip to Copenhagen and Stockholm. These 2 cities are perfect to combine in a week, if you ignore the fact that travelling in Scandinavia really is more expensive than what we are used to. And even more so when the weather is nice: we spent more time than expected sitting on terraces, with … Continue reading About durable transport

Setting at a steady pace

I was feeling like ending this beautiful day in a good way, enjoying the last rays of sunshine, before driving back home. Not a lot beats sitting at a quiet place with sun heating up your body. The place I found did not really qualify for the quiet criterium, right next to the road, but considering it was only april there wasn’t all that much … Continue reading Setting at a steady pace

Platform shot

The camera and politician on the previous spot made me uncomfortable enough to move away quickly. I went to the station of Lorchhausen, mainly because I didn’t have immediate inspiration on where to go next, but also because there are shelters for the rain: there was a serious shower coming up. Right before and after the rain, the sun was giving all of its warm … Continue reading Platform shot