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When I'm home I love to ride my bicycle. I save money on transportation, and I get to see so much more of my beautiful city. I even bought a basket for Odin so he can join me! He loves taking bike rides to parks or cafes (he's not one for running haha, like mother like child right) and gets super exited every time. Oslo is such a cozy city and I'f you're ever to visit I recommend that you rent a bike to get around ! 

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Herkimer Claw ring by Bjørg Jewelery

As many of you know Bjørg is my all time favorite jewelery brand. I love the way they make each piece so in style but still unique ! And I'm a sucker for that ruthenium style as a contrast to all the silver I own (gold has never been my color, makes me look so fake). My friend sold this one to me for me next to nothing and no surprise, I'm in love. The Claw is silver base and ruthenium plated, while the crystal is Herkimer Quartz. They say it's the most powerful of the Quartz Crystals - I don't know about energy in stones and all that but I definently know that I adore it to death!

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Fairytale's at an end and I'm back in Oslo, and back to wool & stuff. Silver lining tho, is this beautiful bracelet I got from Bjørklund Official when I got home. I love how my kinda simple meets classy and yet fits almost any outfit. It's from the amazing line FROST, and you can get your piece here .

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The famous Santa Maria del Fiore, Firenze


After Rome, we were supposed to go to Venice, but as I mentioned; Italians are terrible when it comes to transportation. Two years ago I got stuck four hours in transit, and this time the train to Venice was delayed, delayed, delayed and finally cancelled. We buckled up with no backup plan, and when I randomly saw a train to Firenze, I thought why not. And so, we ended up in Firenze for the night. The next day we got to see a littlebit before continuing our jurney, hence the first picture above of the breath raking Santa Maria del Fiore. I didn´t really get the time to fully suck in the impressions, but what little of Firenze I saw was as beautiful as the rest of Italy so far.

We arrived in Venice in the afternoon, and after leaving our luggage at the hostel, we did what we´ve done the whole time; strolled without any perticular plan. No wonder this city is so cramped with tourists, it´s beautiful! Actually top three of the trip; Budapest, Rome and Venice. All the channels, the tiny streets covered in cobblestone, local shops with jewlery and handcrafted glass - amazing. We got to know a Venician, and he told us that the tourism is causing the locals to move elsewhere due to the high prices. It makes me sad that to travel the world can cause such bad reactions, when it also is many countries main income. Capitalism is all I guess.

This was our final night before the 40 (!!!) hour train ride back home, and so we took advantage; Wine, delicious dinner, drinks, all by the Grand Canal with the famous Ponte di Rialto. If you seek happiness, do exactly that and I will guarantee a big stupid smile on your face. It was the perfect ending to our month of interrail, and I am truly grateful to have the opportunity to do what I love the most.

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IPHONE 6+ & OLLOCLIP OR CANON G5X

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Rome was as always fabulous. That city is at my top three so far, and I´ve been exited to go back there ever since I was there in 2015. We decided to stay there for two days, and booked a room at the At Your Place apartments, an amazing place in this old apartment building with those old elevators with bars on the doors you know. And oh my God, it is the best place we´ve stayed in in all of Europe! The host was so welcoming and the service was the best. At Your Place is located on the west side of the Tiber river, right by the Vatican. It is much cheaper than staying on the east side, and if you care for walking it´s no problem at all. With bus on the other hand, it can be tricky as transportation is not Italy's strong suit. We had our own room with a brand new bathroom, they served breakfast with juice, pastries, sandwiches, eggs and coffee - a perfect start to a day of sightseeing! The place had super fast WiFi, a TV in each room and even a balcony. I would recommend it with all my heart - and I definently know where to stay the next time I visit Rome.

The first day, we started off by walking across on of the many beautiful river bridges, and into the city center. We walked by the Piazza Navona and on to the Pantheon, my number one sight in all of Rome. The building is so majestic, and has so much history behind it. I´ve written about this before, so read about my all day tour two years ago here . We had lunch right accross from the beauty, and headed for the Trevi Fountain. The last time I visited, the fountain was under construction so this is the first time I´ve seen it in all it´s glory. And oh my, it was fucking glorious! I´m the least superstitious person I know, but I still threw in a coin for good measure.

My main reason for going to Rome was still to come; my very first ever Marilyn Manson concert! He has been my absolute favorite artist for over a decade now, and finally I got to see him live. You can only imagine how psyked I was. The concert was fantastic, H let me sit on his shoulders alot so I could see properly - and scream my lungs out, hah. I actually fell asleep on the bus home, completely drained from all the impressions.

The next day, we split up and I went to my favorite neighborhood in Rome; Trastevere. The food- and nightlife there is great, and loads of locals go there instead of to the anchient part and so on. It is just the kind I like; tiny alleys, colorful buildings, flowers and light everywhere. I enjoy walking by myself, as I can pick my own pace and see whatever I want at all times. I stumbled upon this tiny Outlet store, and walked out of there with a brand new LM Lulu Paris Showroom skirt with airballoons on it! In love. I then sat down on one of the super cozy resturants in a back alley, and even got free food - they probably thought I was stood up, but ah well. Before departure, we got to see the Collosseum and the Roman Forum too. Rome; you´ve been perf as always.


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1. Duomo di Milano , the Cathedral church

2. Street art outside the central station

3. The famous Leonardo DaVinci monument

4. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele 2 a designers corner

5&6. View from the Terazza Aperci


After Croatia, we had a looong train ride all the way to Milano, Italy. We left our backpacks at the train station (remember; it´s ALWAYS worth it!) and took the tram into the city center. The weather was nice and the city much nicer, and we got to see both history and of course fashion. My plan was to treat myself when in fashion mekka, but I actually didn´t find anything with the wow effect so I took a rain check. The building right next the Cathedral church has a roof terrasse resturant called the Terazza Aperci so we had lunch there. The prices was stiff as fuck, but absolutely worth it considering the view. We ended up having the perfect day warming up for Bella Roma.

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Cliffs and amphitheater in Pula

Architecture and beach in Fažana

Leafs bikini - @sanhe777 on eBay (advertisement)


After Vienna we were tired of large cities, tourists, noise and heavy backpacks and - as is the beauty of backpacking - we skipped our kinda plans and decided to jump on a train to beaches and sunbathing for a while. We landed on Istria, a peninsula in Croatia. The first few days we spent in Pula, the most famous city there. Croatia doesn't have sandy beaches, but pebble or breathtakingly beautiful cliffs. We were told by the host to visit the cliffs of Verudela on the south end of Pula. Gorgeous right?! Ah. Besides that, you have the Pula Arena , the best preserved ancient monument in Croatia and the only Roman amphitheater still being used. That was really all we saw except for the sun and the nightlife. The clubs were fab tho, no doubt.

When backpacking for a whole month you constantly have to think about the day budget, and the only affordable place to stay was faaaar from the city center. We therefor spent way too much time back and forth, and when the two original days had past, we weren't ready to leave yet. One random Google search showed us the nearest city from Pula; Fažana!

Oh my god, what a city! In my opinion much more worth visiting than Pula, and I wonder how come it's not as famous. Fažana is a tiny cute seaport one hour north of Pula. The buildings is classic Southern Europe style; clean surfaces and happy colors. Fat stray dogs running blissfully around, large boats, small boats, cafes, markets, you name it. We found the perfect hostel called right by the beach, and stayed three more days. The manager there was helpful, kind and knowledgeable, the rooms and bathroom were clean and the common room / kitchen was cozy and had everything you needed. In the evenings we had dinner by the docks and went to the beach for drinks. If you're ever to visit the Istria peninsula, go to Fažana! A tiny hidden away piece of heaven.

These days were some of the best days of our trip, no doubt. To actually relax after two weeks of walking was both necessary as fuck, and highly appreciated. Drinks, beach junk food, salty hair and a proper tan - probably my favorite things in the world.

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