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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 for. After falling madly in love with her and after three years of flying back and forth he decided to quit his job and move…


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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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Interviews Music

‘I’ve never figured out what style of music I wanted to create’

By on 10th November 2016

His latest album went gold, he won ‘Hip-hop band of the year’ at the music awards of his country and he has released music…

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Travel

Paris Part III: Fear of heights, the firebird and the Garden of Eden

By on 9th November 2016

In part three of our city trip to Paris series we’ll take you up to the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffeltower and we…

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Art & Design Interviews

He’s only fifteen and turns pencil tips into amazing sculptures

By on 7th November 2016

Most kids don’t know what they want to be when they grow up, at age fifteen, but Serbian teenager Filip Stevic (15) does: He…

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Art & Design

They see Trump rolling, they hating

By on 5th November 2016

As we are nearing the US elections and the world realizes that Trump for president is a realistic possibility, a lot of people are…

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Travel

Paris part II: Graffiti market trucks, going to church and a dead rock star

By on 3rd November 2016

If you want to catch up and read part I first, you can do it here.
Spray-painted market trucks
After we switched hostel (Yes, I didn’t…

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Art & Design Working & Living

Live ‘off the grid’ for a year with your own Ecocapsule

By on 31st October 2016

A cabin in the woods, a warm mountain shelter, a small beach house or a place to dump your teenage kid. The mobile homes…

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Interviews Lifestyle

The Latvian drink with ‘healing powers’

By on 27th October 2016

This drink has been said to cure Empress Catherine the Great of Russia, inspire politicians like French president Charles De Gaulle and Soviet leader…

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Travel

Paris part I: Busy bus drivers, a nightly view and cause for alarm at the Louvre

By on 26th October 2016

My girlfriend and I wanted to do something for our one-year anniversary and she found a good deal for a 5-day trip to Paris,…

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