February 26, 2014

Ch-ch-Changes (Thank Shrek for the title)

I'm changing the blog layout. So if things aren't the way they are supposed to be, you know why.
Haven't done html or css in a few years, so this can be interesting. And not in a good way.

February 23, 2014

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They say home is a place you can choose to be so I've decided to carry home inside of me. - Moddi




Photos: me (c) unedited.

- Which one did you like the most?


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February 12, 2014

K k k k-town*


I went home to see my parents, to celebrate Mothers (haha, I just wrote moms day - time for sleep, ey?) day, and to take a walk by the sea this weekend. Look at the view! Amazing, right? Didn't tell anyone exept my familiy that I was returning home. I just spent the entire weekend on the couch eating cakes and laughing with my family.


*A fish called Wanda: "I'm gonna kkkkk kill you!"

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February 7, 2014

Food Friday vol. 10: All fishy!

FoodFriday is a concept where I post new dishes every friday. First of all to make myself do something more interesting for dinner once in a while. But also to inspire you to to cook something new.

Todays: Salmon with vegetables and dried chili
Ingredients:
Salmon cutlet
Corn
Broccoli
Dried chili
Butter (to topped tea spoons for each cutlet)
Salt
Pepper
(Rice / potatoes)

How to?
Add as much as you would like of everything, in the same order as the ingredients are listed.
Wrap it in aluminium foil and grill it in the oven at 200 degrees for about 20-25 minutes.
Serve with rice and/or potatoes. 
Easy peasy.
Please allow yourself some delicious waffles with raspberry jam for dessert.



In March this blog will turn into a travel blog again. I'm going to Kiev for seven days with fellow students!
Hopefully things have stabilized until then. #readthenews #eatawaffle

February 2, 2014

While travelling

The things I like doing best while travelling, is to walk around in unknown streets breathing the air of the unknown, talking to some strangers - maybe the spice shop lady, random people out walking on the streets or fellow backpackers I meet at hostels. I like listening to the sounds of the new country, trying different dishes without knowing what is is going to taste like, and to just feel the vibe of the country I'm in. Exploring a countrys non-touristy `tracks` all by myself is the best. I'm not saying that walking The Great Wall of China and seeing Taj Mahal was something I wouldn't have done if I could chose over again, because those two places were breathtaking, I'm just trying to put down in words that the best travel experiences are those you get when you do something you usually wouldn't have done. Take your precautions, but don't follow the guide book all the time. Just walk around - and you will always bump into something. It may open your eyes more.

^ having dinner in a Sikh temple, Delhi. 
\/ Visiting the village of TordiGahr, India
where only 600 people live.

- What do you think is the best part of travelling?

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