Category Travel

Moodboard: Sea Breeze

Smell the sea. Feel the breeze. Hear the ocean. “Remember when we still could swim in the sea – before it got filled with waste? We made road trips to

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Indulge Your Senses at the Blue Lagoon’s New Retreat

Like an oasis in the middle of the lava, blue water and steam of the Blue Lagoon, the hotel building rises from the ground like a phoenix made of concrete,

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Tretorn: The New Eco Frontiers

What if we could grow our rain jacket from plants and let consumers compost it when it’s worn out? That sounds like a brilliant idea to us! Tretorn is a Swedish

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Nordic Music Festivals in Astounding Locations

Festival season is in full swing, and, as you probably know by now, we love music and we’ve already been out moonwalking and doing the “running man” at  Iceland’s Secret Solstice.

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Let’s Get Away – A Unique Swedish Tree House Experience

Thinking of escaping the chest-squeezing work stress and the dull faces in the morning metro? Why not enjoy the comforting calmness nature among the treetops? Offering seven different options the

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An It-Girls Guide to Stockholm

Where do the fashion people hang out on the most popular destinations? Where should one enjoy art, eat, drink and shop? In May this year Gina Tricot launched the project ”Guided by

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5 Designs Worth a Flight Ticket

If you’ve booked your holiday this summer then be sure to allow time for these innovative and striking designs in your schedule. (If you haven’t booked anywhere yet then check out these stunning holiday homes I looked

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Holiday Homes for the Design-Minded

If, like me, you’re planning your summer trip somewhere and want to find something out of the ordinary, then look no further than these stunning holiday homes renowned for their unique design. At

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Into the Glacier: Once in a Lifetime Adventure

A man made ice cave is Iceland’s newest tourist attraction. The ice cave is in Langjökull, Iceland’s second largest glacier, 1260 m above sea level. There you can experience once

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Iceland’s Winter in a Week

After visiting Iceland on my honeymoon in November 2014, I was in awe of the beauty and culture, and knew that I had to return as soon as possible. Once Christmas

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