On a cold and windy winter morning, I left the Swedish country town of Skara on my way to the UK. The Business Adventure begins!
How can you revive a language that you have not spoken for 20 years? – Part 2: Lessons learned
Although it has been 20 years since I last visited Italy, a lot has remained the same. The food is still awesome, the weather is still warm and the Italians themselves are still as chatty, hospitable and proud as ever. Can you revive a language that has fallen into disuse? The simple answer is a…
Great places to eat in Sweden: A review of the Blå Tåget train
Swedish trains are comfortable and convenient, but Blå Tåget takes it to another level. Not only does this train offer a comfortable trip, it also offers fine dining. And at the price of a mid-range restaurant, it is all quite affordable.
How can you revive a language that you have not spoken for 20 years?
Italy is one of the countries I call home. After all, I spent 8 years there. However, it has been 20 years since I last spoke Italian in any significant way. Now I am returning to Italy – can I revive a language I have not used for two decades?
The Larder – Another gem in Cape Town
Next to where I am staying in Claremont, there is a cosy little café called The Larder. From the outside, it is rather unassuming – except for a bold sign claiming “The Best Cinnamon Buns in Town”. Being from Scandinavia, of course, I had to try one. And I must say – these cinnamon buns…
First stop: Österlen, Sweden
The first stop on my itinerary is Österlen, a region of southern Sweden famous for it’s fine dining, local produce, cider and cultural heritage. However, I am not here just to enjoy the food and drink – I am visiting my parents. After all, I won’t be seeing them for a while.