Easter in #Copenhagen


We spent Easter Holiday in Copenhagen, at the great hotel 71 Nyhavn, an old warehouse located right by the canal in Nyhavn.

Cold and rainy but cozy anyway. Hot chocolate at Hotel Chocolat kept us warm and delicious smørrebrød, schnapps and beer kept us saturated.

We defined the rain and did some sightseeing as well, for example Den lille havfrue, The Round Tower and  of course Strøget.


Australia – one month on the road Part 5

20170210_073619We drove north and stayed along the coast for a couple of days. Still warm and sunny.20170212_122316Took the car out on the beach one day and visited both smaller and larger coastal cities.20170213_152322Heading south again, we made a couple of hikes along the way.20170214_130412Snowy Mountains and the Highlands was really worth spending a few days on.20170218_123836 (2)20170218_101842 (2)One evening we even had guests over for dinner…20170219_190530 (2)After spending 3 weeks in this roof top tent we where more than satisfied.20170221_081429 (2)One last Gin Tonic in Darling Harbour, Sydney overlooking our hotel before heading home to a cold Sweden again…20170223_201227 (2)

Australia – one month on the road Part 4

After a few days on the South Coast, it was time to turn north. We followed the coast towards Adelaide. Made short stops at wineries along the way, such as Cape Jaffa.

After Adelaide (which we only drove through) we headed for the mining town of Broken Hill.

This turned out to be as close to the wilderness and the outback we came on this trip. After one day in the scorching heat we decided to go for the East Coast. We longed for the rain forests and the winding roads…

The next day we were back in the forests and the mountains and spent some time with the wallabies in the Warrumbungle National Park  known for being Australia’s only Dark Sky Park and perfect for stargazing.