A bit of travel, sustainability, crème brûlée - that sort of thing.

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If you see the Buddha, kill him.

By on February 17, 2014

If you see the Buddha, kill him.  It was raining, but quite warm as we ran along the slatted wooden path that led from that white ‘i’ on the map towards what was signposted as ‘viewpoint’. We had paid our

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The Bucket list replacement urgently needed!

By on February 15, 2014

. Today is one of those days when you wake up early in the morning with anticipation, shake the whole day with excitement and struggle to fall asleep with all those fresh memories. Today i saw a dinosaur. No, that

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Cape Town

By on February 11, 2014

A few weeks ago, Sophie was flying home to Poland from Sweden, and she started a conversation with a couple in the airport. It turned out that they were going the same way, and after some conversation a friendship was

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Meeting the boat

By on February 11, 2014

So it has been a while sice we posted,and many of you probably already dropped any hopes for this blog to work. The truth is we havent had wifi unti now. Wifi setup is expensive here, as that ofen th

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Go ahead and misinterpret me:

By on February 4, 2014

The evolutionary mechanism that has created us is both random and selective. Random mutations occur, everything is mixed up during sexual reproduction, and the best changes, the successful changes, are the ones that are kept. The changes are tiny, usually

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Lets call this the beginning.

By on February 3, 2014

Lets call this the beginning. We have twenty years or so of memories, and perhaps one day we will find time to write about some of them too. But for now, I want to tell you where we are, and