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This blog is a helpful guide and source of inspiration. We write about our own travels around different parts of the world and of our experiences, and hopefully this will inspire your next trip!
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Port de Sóller, Mallorca

Port de Sóller, Mallorca

Downtown Port de Sóller has an amazing vibe to it with great restaurants and bars – A tramway links the inland town of Sóller to Port de Sóller, running along the beach-side road since 1913 (picture Travel Habit // July 2014) Spent the summer in Port de Sóller in Mallorca, Spain, a beautuful little fishing village located about half...
The Grazing Goat in London

The Grazing Goat in London

This weekend, Pernille and I were reunited in London. As my previous post indicates, spring has arrived in the English capital – temperatures above 15 C and blossom everywhere. We had brekkie at The Grazing Goat in Marylebone – very recommendable. The food were great, the place wasn’t too crowded and there was plenty of room...
A day in Notting Hill

A day in Notting Hill

I think it’s about time I bring the posts a bit closer to home, literally. I live in an area of London, which is visited by thousands of tourists every Saturday and on top of that this part of London is a generous destination, when it comes to food and shopping. NOTTING HILL is best...
Tokyo restaurants - my favorites!

Tokyo restaurants – my favorites!

(Main residence of the Imperial Family. Picture source – Travel Habit / August 2012 ) From traditional Japanese to impressive French and Italian cuisine, Tokyo boasts a great array of dining experiences! And with more Michelin stars than any other city on earth, Tokyo is every food lover’s dream… When we visited in August 2012, we found that it can...
The Real Bulgaria

The Real Bulgaria

This summer, our good friend Sandra and her boyfriend went to Bulgaria. We are very happy that they have shared their experiences with us. Maybe the next holiday destination for you? Perhaps Bulgaria is not on your list of dream destinations. Every time Bulgaria is mentioned you think of Sunny Beach or Golden Sands, and many...
New York City Restaurant Guide

New York City Restaurant Guide

New York City’s restaurant scene is as varied and diverse as anyone can dream of! Visiting the Big Apple last week, we explored some of our favorite – and now new favorite – restaurants across the amazing city. Check out the list below – I have divided into brekkie/brunch/lunch and dinner restaurants. Brekkie/brunch/lunch: Balthazar Restaurant (80 Spring St, Soho...
Tramshed

Tramshed

Last weekend I celebrated my birthday with good friends. We had dinner at a very cool place TRAMSHED. The restaurant is in East London’s trendy area Shorditch and the old warehouse converted tram shed, is the setting for a very cool restaurant and a great place to start your night out. The British contemporary artist...
Glad Påsk! Pleasant Stockholm reunion...

Glad Påsk! Pleasant Stockholm reunion…

( Strandvägen in Stockholm on a beautiful and sunny day! Picture source – Travel Habit / 31 March 2013 ) Spent the Easter break in Stockholm – feels like a long time ago since I last visited, so it was good to be back! I love the Swedish capital with its beautiful old buildings, wide avenues,...
Jamie Oliver Cooking Class

Jamie Oliver Cooking Class

No doubt Jamie Oliver is well known and especially in Britain. I often watch his 30 minute meals on TV, where he effortlessly cooks up a great looking (and no doubt, great tasting) dishes. He makes it look so easy and not too fancy or complicated…. I love his rustic style and approach. Here in...
We ♥ the Italian Riviera

We ♥ the Italian Riviera

Portovenere with its colorful houses and small narrow streets – Picture source – Travel Habit / September 2012 Last summer we visited the Italian Riviera (essentially another name for the coast of Liguria), which is known for its old fishing ports, beautiful landscape, wealthy Italians tourists and colour-splashed buildings. Many villages and towns in the area are internationally known, such...
A little bit of Marrakesh

A little bit of Marrakesh

Our good friend Jeanette has sent us some tips from her recent trip to Marrakesh. You can also follow her via here super cool blog on fashion, life style and much more…. www.northlittle.dk HOTELS We stayed for 4 nights a RIAD NOIR DÍVORIE – and we have never experienced service like this anywhere! They were...
Munich and Cortiina Hotel

Munich and Cortiina Hotel

( Shopping in Maximilianstraße in Munich – one of the city’s “royal avenues”. Source – Travel Habit / Jan 2013 ) Munich is the capital and the largest city of the German state of Bavaria. The city has actually been on my bucket list for a long time, so on our way home from a skiing...
Dach & Sons

Dach & Sons

This weekend the weather was really good in London, so we decided to go for a walk around Hampstead Heath and Hampstead. But before our nature walk, we needed to top up our energy levels and agreed that a burger would properly do the trick. Now we were in luck, because one of the top...
Marrakesh - simply magical

Marrakesh – simply magical

By Kathrine Werling   The magic of Marrakech! In December I went to Marrakech to celebrate the Christmas holidays with my family. Marrakech is a spicy mixture of Arabs, Africans and Europeans. The city is very crowded, chaotic, noisy, and smelly and dirty – however, very enchanting. This amazing city lies at the foot of...
Try out The Sailors Club in Sydney!

Try out The Sailors Club in Sydney!

To all my dear friends in Sydney – and all of you travellers out there going to Sydney soon – check out this cool restaurant, which one of my lovely Aussie friends has recently recommended to me! The Sailors Club on Sydney harbour at Rose Bay Pier should be absolutely amazing! Inspired by the luxurious...
London Restaurant Inspiration...

London Restaurant Inspiration…

Guide to London’s great food experiences – not anything too fancy, just great food! I’ve spent the last 3 months living in London – and will go back after New Years to live there permanently! Even though there are a million restaurants in London and I have yet to visit many of them, I have...
Complete dining experience at Restaurationen

Complete dining experience at Restaurationen

This weekend we had dinner at the Michelin recommended restaurant, Restaurationen, located in the heart of Copenhagen. The restaurant serves  modern  Danish food (rooted in tradition) with a personal twist, and the owners Lisbet og Bo Jacobsen have really created a complete dining experience for their guests: Danish design everywhere (both the furniture, but also...
Aarhus - go for a weekend!

Aarhus – go for a weekend!

Article by Kathrine Werling My heart still belongs to Aarhus even though I haven’t lived there for almost 7 years. It is my home town and I am very proud of it! Aarhus has more than 250.000 inhabitants and is the second-largest city of Denmark. The “City of the Smile” has a lot to offer...
Travel Habit in London

Travel Habit in London

This weekend we were “reunited” in London, where Pernille is currently living! We had a great weekend with nice, but also very chilly weather… Already feels like winter is here!! Went out Saturday for drinks in Soho, had dinner at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Barbecoa (amazing food and stunning views of the city and St Paul’s Cathedral),...
Australia's metropolis, Sydney

Australia’s metropolis, Sydney

Travel Habit actually came to life when Pernille was visiting Benedicte in Sydney earlier this year. Since we started the blog we haven’t had a chance to write you a Sydney guide. We are now making an attempt below. Sydney is an amazing city, which we both have great memories of. Benedicte lived in Sydney...
Darwin - Australia's tropical capital city

Darwin – Australia’s tropical capital city

( Beautiful beach in Darwin. Tempting water? Indeed, but nobody is swimming due to crocs and box jellyfish! ) Darwin is Australia’s tropical capital city – an oasis located on Australia’s northern coastline. Recently, Lonely Planet listed Darwin as one of the world’s top ten cities to visit in 2012, and I can only agree...
TWO ROOMS GRILL | BAR in Tokyo

TWO ROOMS GRILL | BAR in Tokyo

( TWO ROOMS’ outdoor terrace overlooking the stunning Tokyo skyline. Source: Travel Habit / August 2012 ) Located on the fifth floor of the Ao commercial complex, TWO ROOMS is made up of a bar, dining rooms and a big outdoor terrace overlooking the stunning Tokyo skyline. TWO ROOMS, which is designed by the San...
Experience unspoiled Burma

Experience unspoiled Burma

Our good friend Sabrina Willadsen (29) recently visited Burma. Read about her first impressions of this still quite new tourist destination and enjoy some of her beautiful photos below. Burma – also known as Myanmar – is a fantastic unspoiled country with beautiful people and scenery! The country is still controlled by the military junta,...
My Balinese diary!

My Balinese diary!

( picture – Legian beach, Ubud rice fields, view from our Kupu Kupu Barong villa – source: Travel Habit ) In July 2012 we spent 12 days in Bali, Indonesia. Life here is great and a single day in Bali can bring more sigths and adventures than one week of travel elsewhere. I really fell...
Postcard From Cape Town

Postcard From Cape Town

Name: Tania Willesen Age: 26 Nationality: Danish Profession: Post grad student in Media Theory and Practice. Cape Town made it to the list when New York Times recently published their top ten hippest cities in the world. It is the second largest city in South Africa and one of the most beautiful in the world...
Babington House, Sommerset

Babington House, Sommerset

I have just arrived to London and I spent the first day going on a road trip with my friend and enjoyed the day at Babington House. The weather was beautiful all day so we were really lucky and we also enjoyed a lovely lunch with a deserving glass of champagne :) Babington House is...
A picture story from El Born, Barcelona

A picture story from El Born, Barcelona

Our Norwegian friend, Iselin Riise Lunde (29) has sent us a post about her stay in Barcelona’s most charming area, El Born. Iselin is currently living in Copenhagen, where she works as a Spatial Designer. In July 2012, I spent a week in Barcelona with my boyfriend. I visited the city around seven years ago with my family...
PUBLIC - New York City Restaurant

PUBLIC – New York City Restaurant

( PUBLIC Restaurant entrance, Elizabeth Street – Picture source: Travel Habit, 2008 ) PUBLIC is one of my favorite restaurants in New York! Located on Elizabeth Street in the NoLita area of Manhattan, this modern-minimalist designed restaurant has been awarded with titles such as ‘Best Restaurant Graphics’ and ‘Best Restaurant Design’ and with a coveted...
Rule Britannia

Rule Britannia

Very soon I will be in London and I can’t wait !! I have actually only been in London a couple of times since I moved back to Denmark 5 years ago. So my eager heart is beating to get to stroll down the cute and cobblestone covered streets in Convent Garden, walk along posh...
Postcard From Hong Kong

Postcard From Hong Kong

Name: Angelica Berg Age: 30 Nationality: Swedish About me: Angelica is currently on secondment from Deloitte Copenhagen to Deloitte Hong Kong for two years, with the assignment to start up a Sustainability Service line in Hong Kong. She is originally Swedish, but one of those Swedes who took a job in Copenhagen to enjoy the benefits...