After our trip to Dalarna back in the summer we could not resist visiting it again, this time over New year. We did not expect to like it in winter as much as we did in summer, but that is exactly what happened. The wonderful winter weather with fresh snow was one reason. The great… Continue reading Dalarna in winter and summer
During the last week, I have been testing a robot vacuum cleaner. One week is not enough to perform a scientifically sound review, but that is not what I was going for anyway. Rather, I wanted to check my emotional response – to see if having a robot vacuum cleaner would significantly increase our life… Continue reading Did a robot vacuum cleaner improve my life?
I guess it is not possible for me to start this blog post without mentioning Corona. Since the pandemic made travelling uncertain, our strategy for planning a trip over Midsummer was being able to cancel all bookings up until the last moment, in case we would not be allowed to travel. Another source of uncertainty… Continue reading A road trip around lake Siljan in Dalarna
One of the main reasons I started writing this blog was for my daughter Emili to be able to read it in the future and get a glimpse into our life when she was young. Now the life that we are used to has suddenly become threatened by the coronavirus outbreak. With this post I… Continue reading How Corona is affecting our lives
Aneta and me ended 2019 with a trip to Singapore. This is a short overview of our trip, but it can also be read as a guide to Singapore. If you are planning a visit there, feel free to use our trip as inspiration. This was the first trip for the two of us without… Continue reading My guide to Singapore, the perfect city for your first visit to Asia
This is a second post in a row on the subject of sushi. In the previous one, I discussed how I discovered that I am not a sushi traditionalist. Does it mean that I am a sushi modernist? Yes, wholeheartedly! In this post I am reviewing Senshi sushibar, a modern sushi restaurant in Stockholm. As… Continue reading Senshi sushibar in Stockholm, or how I discovered that it is ok to be a sushi modernist
I started eating (and liking) sushi only three years ago. During these three years my sushi exposure has been to various “medium quality” sushi restaurants in Sweden, Japan, USA and Croatia. But in November 2019 I enriched my experience with a fine dining sushi dinner. It made me realize that despite liking sushi, I don’t… Continue reading Soyokaze in Stockholm, or how I discovered that I like sushi not for the raw fish but despite of it
Aneta and I had the privilege of celebrating our wedding anniversary with lunch at Frantzén, Sweden’s first (and at the time of writing only) restaurant that has been awarded three Michelin stars. I will not go into the classification system here, as this is a complex subject on its own, but according to Michelin, a… Continue reading Frantzén – the best restaurant in Sweden?
We have recently visited South Florida and I have described the experience in a three piece article series. The first one presents the reasons why I am drawn to South Florida and why I consider it to be a great family destination. The second one focuses on the Florida Keys and lists my favorite places to… Continue reading Annoying quirks of the USA
We have recently visited South Florida and I have described the experience in a three piece article series. The first one presents the reasons why I am drawn to South Florida and why I consider it to be a great family destination. This one focuses on the Florida Keys and lists my favorite places to see… Continue reading Road tripping the Florida Keys – my favorite places to see and things to do