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Gastronomy

Amsterdam to open its first avocado restaurant

By on 17th December 2016

Everybody and their grandmother knows that the avocado is super healthy thanks to scientific research and all the super foodies advocating the avocado on social media in recent years. Apparently Amsterdammers (as we call people from Amsterdam over here) are so health hungry for the exotic fruit that three…


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Gastronomy

Danish supermarket sells expired food to combat waste

By on 14th December 2016

Denmark lowered its food waste by a staggering 25% in the last five years and now has another weapon in its fight against our…

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Interviews Music

‘Croatia has not changed for the better’

By on 8th December 2016

If you think that starting a surf rock band in a country that was just torn apart by one of the biggest civil wars…

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Lifestyle

Read from the bottle while drinking wine with Librottiglia

By on 5th December 2016

Reading a good book and opening a nice bottle of wine is a good option when you have the evening to yourself. Especially with…

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Travel

Roadtrip Düsseldorf

By on 1st December 2016

Two of my friends, my little brother and I, were all free from work on the same day, a Tuesday. So what do you…

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Art & Design

The colorful crossovers of Madrid

By on 28th November 2016

Besides Utrecht’s rainbow pedestrian crossover, most of them are very boring and, well, pedestrian. That was until these pictures of colorful crossings made…

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Interviews Lifestyle

‘Skateboarding is about fun, perseverance, freedom and friendship’

By on 26th November 2016

While growing up in the Paris of the 80’s, Alexis Papadopoulos lived through to the rise of many new subcultures in the French capital….

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Travel

Milan: The industrial capital of Italy and much more

By on 22nd November 2016

Since ancient times, Milan city has been an important crossroad in the middle of many populations, that’s why it was called by Latins Mediolanum,…

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Interviews

‘In Estonia you can walk for hours without seeing anyone’

By on 17th November 2016

How does a Dutchman end up in Tallinn in Estonia? Well, Dutchie Martijn Hensen met his fiancée through an exchange project he was working…

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Art & Design

Glow in the dark cycling in Poland

By on 14th November 2016

As a Dutchie I am delighted that more and more European cities implement bicycle tracks and routes in their infrastructure. What makes me even…

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