Ericeira town. Small and super picturescue full of cafés, restaurants, little shops and people. People everywhere. Ericeira had just the southern european vibe I miss in Sweden, were people go out and enjoy, meet and socialize in town every day. For example, 9/10 locals eat their breakfast out, every day. Really like it. Loving the
Another day in Berlin. Started this day off by having a long breakfast at a hip café just next to our hostel. Morena bar. They make a really nice continental breakfast which is quite affordable from 4 euros and up depending on how many different cheeses, fruits etc you want with it. Warning for the
Went to this streetfood market just down the road from where we stayed in Kreuzberg. Street food in Berlin is a big and you always have a döner (kebab) or currywurst (curry sussage) place within the reach of your arms. Instead, on this market, they presented variations of street food from around the world, accompanied with great
“Never trust a fart!” thats what Bing gave us for a life advise! Here’s our interview of him. Herbert Bingham Copeland III was born 1936 and grew up two blocks from the ocean in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles. When he was 12 he became friends with Dale Velzy who worked as a life guard at
Today we went shopping. The GPS said 8 minutes to IKEA, by car ofc, but wow, never felt so close to IKEA before. Then to ICA Maxi, felt like the times when we lived in costa rica and we joined our property manager once a week to go grocery shopping. That was like the first
Some shopping in the small town of Panajachel, just next to lake Atitlán. Amazing colors, bags and people. Never ending line of small stores with hand made things, me and Petter had a hard time not buying the whole town.
San Cristobal de la Casas in Chiapas, Mexico offers some amazing shopping! A dress similar to this was 700 pesos in Puerto Escondido and here it’s 250 pesos. So hold your horses and monies until you get to the mountains where they’re made. I have never felt so blonde and nordic before as I have
We needed an ATM and with the closest one an hour away we we’re lucky to join Cat & Kristy who were going in to town. They needed to do some shopping for their upcoming surf retreat and get some spear parts for their beetle. After running in and out looking for things in one
Sayulita is filled with small shops, but Gypsy Galeria really stands out from the rest. It’s Israel’s girlfriend Kelly who together with her parents run the store. They travel all over Mexico to collect these treasures. Luckily for my budget I have to think twice before buying anything cause we carry everything we own on
Really like the cute little beach town Sayulita. It got everything you need, including some nice waves, nice market bags and salty eyes.