The heart of Skåne, the playground of Swedish hipsters and a dreamland for foodies, that is Malmö to me. If you didn’t know, it is the third biggest city in Sweden, the capital of its southernmost province and just a channel train ride away from Copenhagen. Should you extend your stay in Copenhagen to visit […]
Gosh, it’s been already a month since my second move to Sweden (temporarily) and you know what that means? It’s high time for a roundup! Yes, I’ll try and write up one for each month to give you a little peek behind the scenes of the life of a travel blogger. But trust me, it’s […]
It’s a simple thing. It can be tasteless or fun and it’s absolutely vital. Unfortunately, it can also be lethal to your travel or holiday plans. I’m talking water safety here. Hands up, who has suffered from water borne diseases, spent hours on the toilet and held their hurting tummy? And it’s so easy to […]
Mexico with its houses in all colours of the rainbow, Italy’s Portofino with layered houses colour upon colour and Greece with its typical white and blue paint – all these places are well known and attract myriads of tourists throughout the year. But if you are seeking to escape the sun, chill by the beach […]
What does Travel on the Brain mean? I presume your visit is driven by an acute infection of the travel bug. In that case, I have good and bad news for you. The bad news is, there is no cure for. It becomes a chronic state of mind, you will have travel on your mind […]
I am still thrilled to no end about this unexpected honour that Off Track Travel has bestowed on Travel on the Brain. And since it’s award season, I am presenting my very own Liebster Nominations. However, before I received their message regarding my nomination I had heard very little about the Liebster Award (shame on […]
This post about Nullarbor Traveller was sponsored. The air permeated with the smell of burnt wood, covering the forests in a dense mist and tinting the sun a bloody red. This was not a normal morning and the signs were unmistakable. Even without the tiny pieces of ashes flying about, we knew: the raging bush […]
During the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, an old army hall was turned into an enchanted place of fashion delights, with precious necklaces of long gold chains, golden floral brooches, flowing retro garments and shoes that made you dance ballroom. I am talking vintage and preloved fashion by women for women.