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Drinking coffee in Copenhagen

People drinking coffee

One of my favourite pastimes is going to cafe for a cup of joe. There is something relaxing and elegant about it. Maybe it is the ambience or perhaps the smell of coffee. Or maybe it is the act of observing people sipping a cuppa  itself. It will take me some time to explain but like Jackie Chan said, coffee is a language itself. Here are pictures I found on Pinterest.

Quotes that make you want to see the world

“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley It is never too late to travel solo. I started doing it just recently. After many years of contemplating and procrastinating, I flew to Denmark last December. I was nervous but excited at the same time. At the end of my three-week trip, I learnt that travelling alone is not a bad decision after all. It is okay to travel alone and be afraid of it. Along the way, you will make new friends and overcome fear one step at a time because you have no choice. If you are afraid of embarking on your own adventure, I hope this will help. You may also want to read travel quotes to inspire you to see the world. Personally, I love reading quotes. Especially on travel and adventure. Here are my six favourite quotes I found online 🙂

Two Feet Globe’s morning routine

There comes a time in life when you just feel lazy to care about how you look or dress. You totally lose it. Been there, done that. It was not a good place to be and it was not a good feeling because it affected my life. I believe everyone should feel good in the morning to kick-start the day with positive attitude and mind. If you are not feeling it, then you should probably change your morning routine.

Planning Denmark

On a fine Monday afternoon of May 26, I am already thinking of December. It has been decided and everything that has to do with making a booking will be done real soon. As I am typing this, I am also thinking about moving and the exquisite smell that my hair produces. Not that it smells bad but somehow I am smelling December. Sitting towards the end of May, the 12th month of the year is not a long way to go. This means I need to plan now on what to bring and items to avoid bringing to Denmark. It will be winter and it will be my first solo winter travelling. So I wouldn’t want to exceed my weight limit by stuffing all heavy coats and sweaters in my backpack and bringing you-think-you-need-them-but-you-don’t items. On places to go, I do have my list but Denmark is so expensive, so I am avoiding places that will suck-dry my pocket. But while I am at it, I am also now thinking whether I should go Oslo …