Copenhagen: The day I got a visit from a religious sect
Early this morning, an insistent ringing on my front door woke me up. Bleary-eyed and still in my pajamas I toppled out of bed and opened the door just to see…Two Koreans, asking me to let them in!
Real Koreans (not adopted
The last couple of months, I’ve been in Denmark, while Poul has been flying all over the world, so we haven’t seen much of each other lately. Though last week, Poul had a layover in Copenhagen, and we could finally
Copenhagen: Boba at The Mad Hatter Bubble Tea Emporium
“But ALL Asians love bubble tea!” a friend of mine insisted the other day, when I confided that I wasn’t really into one of the greatest Asian phenomena after Psy. Trust me, I really, really wanted to like bubble tea,
Have I told you about Line and Maria before? They’re my old friends from pilot school, and last week we met for brunch at Wulff & Konstali. We don’t see each other much nowadays, as we’re living in different countries,
Møller Kaffe & Køkken is a popular all-day breakfast restaurant on Nørrebrogade, and I’m an all-day breakfast person, so Kaffe & Køkken and I were of course meant to be.
For nostalgic reasons, I had øllebrød, which is a traditional porridge
Copenhagen: Another night at Sticks & Sushi Tivoli Hotel
Sticks & Sushi never fails to impress and when it comes to playful takes on Japanese fusions, I don't think you'll find any better place in Copenhagen. They aren't afraid of picking and mixing, which often results in very tasty
Before I went to Oslo I finally had the pleasure of meeting Angela from Pinay Skattebasse. We’ve been reading each other’s blogs for a while, and since we’re both in Copenhagen these days, we’ve been talking about meeting up for
Copenhagen: Royal Smushi - Bite-sized Danish smørrebrød
In Dubai, I have a Danish friend, Joachim. His girlfriend Shinae lives in Korea, but last month, she had a couple of days in Copenhagen on her own so Joachim suggested that we met. I thought it was a great