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  • A summer day in Tisvilde

    Anya Jensen 29th July 2016

    I have been a photographer for as long as remember, and I absolutely adore visual art and the way you can express yourself visually. Lately, though, I have found another passion of expression, and that is in small films. I have attended a filmmaking course,…

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  • Crab fishing

    Anya Jensen 19th July 2016

    One of the most hyggelige activities I can remember taking part in as a kid was crab fishing. In seaside towns you’ll see hoards of children hanging off jetties with a fishing net, or a piece of string, trying to catch crabs. It takes patience, but…

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  • Homemade pizza sticks

    Anya Jensen 13th July 2016

    I have admired Sweet Paul and his delicious Universe for quite some time now. Being a fellow Scandinavian, his aesthetics and food recipes are quite similar to the ones we use here in Denmark. A recipe of his we have taken to heart are the…

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  • Cisternerne – the underground caves in Copenhagen

    Anya Jensen 11th July 2016

    The Cisterns are the long forgotten water reservoirs deep under the streets of Copenhagen, that once upon a time,  supplied the Danish capital with drinking water, and could hold as much as 16 million litres of clean water. The Cisterns were supplying Copenhagen for more than…

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  • Chilled summer living in Copenhagen

    Anya Jensen 5th July 2016

    Even though the summer is having a bit of a laugh here in good old Denmark – by literally drenching us on a daily basis, I still love Summer and the long bright days, and mild and warm evenings ( if only it would only…

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  • Tomatmad – simply Danish food

    Anya Jensen 24th June 2016

    One of the things the Danes are fond of is using fresh produce and making simple, but tasty food. We are well renowned for our Smørrebrød – you know the infamous Danish Open Sandwiches (more to come on the topic next week) but it is also very…

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  • Dragør – a must see destination if you visit Copenhagen

    Anya Jensen 22nd June 2016

    On the very tip of Copenhagen is a small town called Dragør. I’d like to describe it as the most stunning hyggelige village in our capital city. It is a very picturesque place, with old brick houses, and cobbled streets. There is also a harbour with a…

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  • DIY desk

    Anya Jensen 17th June 2016

    My home has undergone a bit of transformation lately. I purchased a new sofa, which completely changed my lounge (more to come on that later) and my workspace was in dire need of an update. So I had a look around, and found something right…

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  • Watermelon popsicles

    Anya Jensen 16th June 2016

    Even though it has been raining cats and dogs here, it is still summer, and when it is summer you can eat all the ice cream you want! Right!! Well in this house, we love ice-cream and if I am honest, we can consume a…

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  • Papirøen – Copenhagen street food market.

    Anya Jensen 14th June 2016

    One of my favourite new trends is the current surge of food trucks everywhere. I love how it gives entrepreneurs a chance of starting a new life and business and getting busy doing extraordinary food. Copenhagen now has its own indoor street food market on Papirøen.  (The Paper…

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