Bikes, hippies and food.

Copenhagen is a city of bikes. Bikes upon bikes upon bikes. Bike lanes on every single road in both directions, bike shops on every block, more cyclists than drivers or pedestrians, a sea of bikes parked outside metro stations, bikes leaning against every lamppost and shop window – the city is built for bikes. People…

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Alone with the stillness

Most people have been drinking prosecco to celebrate Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership win…I have had to make do with bread and peanut butter to toast his success. That’s all I’ve had to eat in the last 24 hours, and while I am massively craving some vegetables, I think the simple living has done me good…

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Plane, bus, bus, hitch, boat, hitch…paradise!

I’ve just arrived in paradise. I’ve been travelling all day, so no tales of wild activities just yet. But getting to the remote village of Herand has been an adventure in itself. This holiday hadn’t really hit me until I stepped into Gatwick Airport this morning. As tedious as the whole charde surrounding catching a…

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