Tight Rope Ballerina

Memories from Budapest in September. This video got a little bit more artistic in the cutting and I decided to leave in a couple of fails. You know… just for fun.

Thank you, as always, Anita for playing with me. Hope to see you again soon. ❤️️

And thank you Geri for helping record this, and to Anna for the creational work 🙂

Flyer: Anita Kajor a.k.a. YogAnita
Base: Jørn Christensen
Creators: Anna Biebl, Anita Kajor, and Jørn Christensen
Track: I Wanne Be Loving You by Sam Garbett.

Shower gratefulness

A friend of mine is living in Rotterdam with her old high school friend. One really feel that they enjoy living together, and then – in the shower – one finds this little note block:

Thoughtful moments in the shower

I liked the idea and the thought process – and before I knew it, I found I had filled a page as well:

I may have missed some things… like sitting in (big) windows enjoying a book or just the view 🙂

Hugs ❤

Sticks ‘n’ Sushi

Can’t believe that it has been more than a year since I got to film my last washing machine (The Morning Routine) but now, again thanks to Anita, here it is… Sticks ‘n’ Sushi. Hope you like it 🙂

Flyer: Anita Kajor a.k.a. YogAnita
Base: Jørn Christensen
Creators: Anna Vainö, Anita Kajor, and Jørn Christensen
Track: Paint the Sky by Jeris featuring MissJudged.

#BeeToo

I told her to turn around. She did not listen. Now her butt is on the internet 🐝

Double flag

Those guys in Odense know how to hang out ☺

Flyers are Signe and Norberta. Thank you to Lars and René for spotting 🙂

Danish concept store

Travelling in different parts of the world, you are always happy to see Danish products and designs. This one, though, I am not sure whether to be particular proud about or just laugh at…

Danish concept store

Danish concept store

Ps.: For non-Danish persons… Skat is our IRS 😀
Pps.: This is from Beirut, Lebanon.
Ppps.: A friend tells me it is the Byblos bank….

Acro in a hammock? Of course 🙂

Thank you once again, Karoliina, for amazing days. Fun training and good company!

Bonus material

Naomi and me trying to do the same about 2½ years ago…

Chocolate balls

When your country of (temporary) residence does not have decent chocolate…. DIY 🙂

Chocolate balls

… next time I need to make smaller balls… they were pretty heavy!

Thank you, Gape, for the inspiration and recipe.

For others, here you go 🙂

  • 500g cocoa powder
  • 250g coconut oil
  • Coconut milk
  • Honey and salt

To be honest… I just played it by hand, adding some oats as well. Worked brilliantly. Keep them cool 🙂

Karoliina’s warm up

Should we start with a warm up? she said.
What do you want to do? he said.

This is what happened… True story 🙂

Thank you, Karoliina, for fun training. 🙂

First standing H2H

Mainly for my Mom and Dad… My first standing hand to hand 🙂 Not so pretty – but it’s there 🙂

Thank you to Martin Kvist for basing me, and Lee Evans for keeping my fear at bay.

Come Fly With Me

A year ago, December 2016, Rikke and I had fun doing some Squirrel Pops. I got a fairly good photo out of that, I think, but I also had a dream of getting that photo onto some training t-shirts.

Long story short… It took a year before I had the first print (home) made. I got a screen printing frame made and took it with me to the Danish New Year’s retreat. I think it was a good sucess, and I am really happy to have these t-shirts with me now 🙂

Thank you, Natalka, for helping me sketching up the photo.

Ps.: Thank you, Anneline, as well, even-though I could not use your beautiful drawing :-/

A beautiful beautiful frosty day

It is a beautiful beautiful frosty day in Copenhagen. I am biking to my garage in Vanløse and thinking… What the båt am I doing? I am on my way to Thailand and the butterflies are flapping their wings in my stomach, giving me doubts to whether to go forward or not. Since last time […]
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Dreaming of a car free Copenhagen

I’m dreaming of a car free Copenhagen. I don’t believe in New Year resolutions or waiting for “right moments” to change your life. If you feel something in your life needs a change, the right moment is often now. Now, while you have the thought and the motivation. Take the first step, make a resolution […]
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The Morning Routine

Memories from my time in Spain in August. Thank you both Didde-Marie and Anita for partaking in my project(s) and for playing with me. Hope to see you and play with you again soon ❤️️

Flyer: Anita Kajor a.k.a. YogAnita
Base: Jørn Christensen
Creators: Didde-Marie Møller Hansen & Jørn Christensen
Track: Monday Morning, 3 A.M. (Lancefield)

Stockholm information strategy

In Denmark (Copenhagen) this space would be a battle ground for 5 different quick loan companies. Not in Stockholm… Here they actually show information!?!?1


  1. …and ads for SL themselves on how environmental friendly buses and public transportation is. But I think that is fair :-) 

My only photo from Amsterdam

The meaning of this sign did not register immediately with my (and my friend)… don’t know why, but perhaps it is because the liquid here does not behave the same way as I am used to (i.e. leveling out to be horisontal)!?!?!?

The plan is to not have a plan

As I am writing this, I am sitting in a bus from Madrid to Torvizcón venturing out to new adventures. The trip started yesterday evening with my plane being an hour delayed and before that: My last working day at 3Shape. Wait, what? You quit your job at 3Shape? Yes. And am in the process […]
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Returning to Santiago and to Denmark

For the impatient: Check out my hobby project Up Next DJ or read my book review of Thinking — Fast and slow. Or just skip down to the photos at the bottom of the page 😉 Arequipa and Iquique When I left you last, I had to some extend come to and end of my […]
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Up Next DJ

So, a couple of years back I was having a great summer in Copenhagen with lots of good parties and good friends. To make the parties really really great, the organizers of the parties also thought Hey, let’s have a DJ! One that will keep the party filled with good music and prevent (drunk) skipping […]
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Thinking — Fast and Slow

And now to something completely different… Have you ever wondered why you make the choices in life you do — e.g. not learning from bad experiences? Or why it is difficult for people to make good decisions about future — say, not saving up for retirement? Or why people seem to make contradictory choices — […]
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Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu, and Cusco

Lake Titicaca and Machu Picchu had been one of the few must-do things I had on my todo list when leaving Denmark – and now, here in July, I got to visit both 🙂 Lake Titicaca Lake Titicaca… what to say…? On one hand great to finally be at the famous lake – on the […]
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The Madidi Jungle experience

So the main attraction the last week would be the Madidi Jungle tour. The jungle was not really part of my plan to begin with, but it seems that everybody was/is stoked on how great it is, so when the Madidi jungle popped up on my radar, I thought why not. But… I don’t know […]
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Ruta 25

At the moment I am sitting in a hostel in La Paz. It was not my intention to go to La Paz, but well… problems with my motorbike and you don’t really get much help in the smaller cities. Even in La Paz, I think it is difficult to get decent spare parts for what […]
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Bolivian electricity

Bonus gallery 🙂 Remember when you were a kid and you played with electricity? Your dad showed you how to pin 4 batteries and a light bulb to a wooden board using a handful of nails. Then you crudely attached a few wires to make the light bulb light. Perhaps a switch was introduced. All […]
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Salar de Uyuni and entering Bolivia

So I am sitting here with my hotel complementary breakfast, and don’t quite know what to make of it. 1 white bun, a couple of crackers, butter, jam, warm milk, and juice. Not much for a tall Dane to go on. Oh well… But wait… why are you on a hotel? Well… the climate here […]
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No news is good news, right?

As the title suggest, though it is almost 2 weeks since I last made a post, I don’t have much news. I spent some days in Santiago, fixing up my bike and playing with the lovely acro-crowd 🙂 I then shipped my bike to Antofagasta and took the bus myself, saving my self for (at […]
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Meeting the Andes

While technically I have been traveling in the Andes for a while, I have now had my first encounter with the challenges of gaining higher altitude… here are a couple of tales 🙂 Parque de Nieve Cerro Wayle On my way up north through the western parts of Argentina, I drove through Parque de Nieve […]
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All the seasons

I love autumn. I mean, really love. It is one of my favorite seasons. At least among top 4 😉 When September comes, I can almost not wait to get my hiking boots (or motorcycle) and get over to Sweden. Taking a walk in the beautiful Söderåsen – or any of their other beech forests, […]
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Was this really what I wanted?

So I wanted to experience an adventure, took a plane to South America, bought a motorcycle, and drove off. Part of it was to try to be on my own again, camping out all alone, and experience the freedom of being all by myself. And after some “hard work” it finally seemed like I would […]
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Lago Gral Carrera

I just updated the blog yesterday, but I have just driven 160km on the worst and most beautiful ever gravel road! It follows the shores of Lago Gral Carrera1: It is the worst ever2 because of the many ripples. Kilometers of hard gravel road that, at a distance, looks really good, but when you get […]
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Down through Patagonia

Writing my last post, I had just dissed the ferry from Quellon (Chiloé) to Chaitén (on the mainland) because the timetable was kind of inconvenient and I thought I could drive around almost just as fast myself. Well… guess what… that did not happen 😮 Partly due to other ferries, partly due to Chile introducing […]
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Chiloé

So… when I left you last time, I promised a photo of the active volcano. Well… it did not become a great photo – there was too much artificial light around it and no good places nearby to go with a good view and no light 🙁 But here goes: So not much has happened […]
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Concepción

Me, Mónica, Noelia, Fernando, (?), Camila, FranciscaA quick update… again the acroyoga family comes to the rescue. After a night in some not-so-fancy-hostel (read: small animal poop on the bathroom floor) I arrived in Concepción where Mónica lent me her bed while she snugged in with her flat mate. Had a great time doing acro (of course) and got introduced to […]
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Leaving Santiago tomorrow…

Espresso shot pop with Daniela CaballeroThe time is 02:14 and I have just finished packing my stuff up in my bag and panniers and (surprise surpise) the panniers are so large that I may not need to have anything in my backpack. I’m not sure that will hold up tomorrow when I pack the last couple of things in there, […]
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Arriving in Santiago

Night view from 23rd floor.After have been in Santiago for almost a week, I thought it was time for a small update. Arriving in Santiago Arriving in Santiago was easy. Almost too easy… In the airplane, forms regarding import restrictions are handed out to be filled out before customs. Nothing new here. There is one question asking whether you […]
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The packing list

Packing list packedOnly two days left to my departure and my todo-list is almost done. It’s a good feeling 🙂 Im looking so much forward to this. Excited and a little bit scared at the same time… Anyway… just wanted to share my packing list. A little bit for those who wonders what one brings on a […]
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