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A Study In Scandinavia: Too Much Food, Not Enough Time

Copenhagen: my home from home. The Danish pastries had been calling my name since the start of this whole trip, and now that we were within walking distance of one of my favourite places in the city, I wasn’t about to let the opportunity of daily Danish pastries for breakfast slip through my fingers. Andersen…… Continue reading A Study In Scandinavia: Too Much Food, Not Enough Time

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A Study In Scandinavia: Stockholm Bound

Being made up of 14 islands in total, and encompassing over 50 bridges, walking was the only exercise I needed in Stockholm to work off the delicious food eaten in this city. We arrived in Stockholm only 3 days after the attack, and laid flowers in respect for those lost. Understandably, there was an air of…… Continue reading A Study In Scandinavia: Stockholm Bound

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A Study in Scandinavia: Trust Your Gut

I was sceptical about what to expect of Oslo when we arrived. I had heard mixed reviews from “oh, there’s not enough there for 5 days. You’ll get bored within the first 2” to “it’s such an amazing city. You’ll never want to come back”. The truth is, for me, it was somewhere in between.…… Continue reading A Study in Scandinavia: Trust Your Gut

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A Study In Scandinavia: Climb Every Mountain

Although the weather while we were in Bergen lived up to its reputation of being ‘very damp’ (240 days of rain a year… and I thought us British folk had it rough), it is definitely worth a visit. Whether it was the colourful houses, the snow-capped peaks of Vidden or the slightly industrial feel of the…… Continue reading A Study In Scandinavia: Climb Every Mountain

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A Study in Scandinavia: Food To Fill and Fuel You

Travelling has always been in my blood. From my first flight when I was 3 months old to the trips I’m planning for the future, I love the feeling of exploring. It’s the exciting anticipation of the unknown; strolling through the labyrinth of buildings not knowing what’s around the next corner. This year I decided…… Continue reading A Study in Scandinavia: Food To Fill and Fuel You

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Panem delectamentum

The word focaccia comes from the Latin ‘focus’ meaning ‘hearth, a place for baking’; as a result of this interpretation of the word being so subjective, focaccia comes in many different shapes, sizes and flavours all over Italy. While many in central Italy (around Florence and Pisa) focaccia is traditionally a savoury dish covered in potato and…… Continue reading Panem delectamentum