Week 1 – First Impressions

Exactly one week ago I said goodbye to Vienna, my family and my boyfriend and hopped on a plane to Copenhagen. I was devastated at that point. Saying goodbye is a hard thing to do even though I’ll be back home for a week in October. Also, there are magical things like FaceTime and Whatsapp that make it easy for us to stay in touch at any time. Technology is a great thing, you know.  Continue reading


10 Tips for Finding an Accommodation in Copenhagen

Finding a place to stay in Copenhagen is a nightmare! No kidding! I’ve been following different Facebook-pages where people offer and search for accomodation and, gosh, I am so happy I have found a nice place to live weeks ago. Posts like “What do I have to do to find a place to live? Do I have to donate a kidney or what?” or “Help! I’m homeless! Looking for a room ASAP!” aren’t rare. Continue reading


A few weeks back I had been craving freshly baked bread so badly that I decided to bake olive-thyme-rolls for breakfast. Basically a good idea but first of all, I didn’t think about the time it takes for them to rise (yeast, hurry up a bit! I’m hungry!), secondly I didn’t think about the heat an oven produces. As it was about 30º Celcius (86º Fahrenheit) outside, baking bread-rolls might not have been the smartest thing to do. Continue reading


Bangkok is different. It’s loud, it’s crowded, it’s smoggy, it’s awesome.

I probably wouldn’t want to live in Bangkok if I had family and kids and the smog definitely isn’t good for your health, the traffic never stops and the lights never go out. It’s a city full of life, food and people. Lots of people. Continue reading