I have never been to Denmark before so it was nice to go from Malmö to Copenhagen to stroll a bit, though I’ll definitely hop on two wheels the next time I’m there.
Me and my boyfriend decided to start with visiting the Christiansborg Palace. OMG so impressive, it was extremely wonderful to visit the royal palace. Really very beautiful and luxury palace and the Great Hall is the most imposing room in the palace. This is where you will find the Queen’s tapestries.
After that we went to fika with a friend at The Kompa’ 9 coffee bar on Strædet where we had organic coffee, and some typical danish food. Strange combination but really tasty 🙂
Then we decided to walk more and explorer the city, I really fell in love with the downtown, it feels bigger than Stockholm and much more alive. Hahahaha I want to move there already.
Copenhagen had a very relaxed, welcoming vibe which extended throughout the all aspects of the culture.
A short but very fun trip. But l’m planning for another trip to see more of Copenhagen ♥
Photos By: Roger Anis
I wake up with a sinking feeling because of my to-do list got longer than I expected during this trip. Yes I’m overwhelmed.
Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Our brains conjure up worst-case scenarios, which in turn scares us and makes us think it’s not possible to succeed.
Yes it is difficult to strategically plan your schedule to ease stress if you live in Egypt, but nothing is impossible. I tried as much as possible to plan events accordingly.
I woke up early everyday since I arrived with my heart racing thinking of the things I left undone.
My vision was for long (solo) walks, refreshing reading, deep conversations with my friends. What was I thinking?!
To finish official papers in Egypt, you need many days, so now I’m planning for a real vacation while I’m having one. Lolllll
In the end I’m enjoying what I’ve got. I’m sitting most of my time under the sun because it is rare to feel its warmth in Sweden during the xmas period.
So Happy Me Anyway! Kisses XOXO
Good evening babes! This is how I feel under the Egyptian sun.
I couldn’t sleep so peacefully. Drivers here use their horn constantly and often honk just to greet each. Lolllll I kept counting the many car horns!!
I wake up with huge headache to find the haze is covering the city but then the sun to greet me, Yaaaay. I went for a walk and half way through it I met some friends.
I can’t explain how much I was longing to see the sun. Some places here have magical views, beautiful sunset and nice food.
Today I was shocked from some news I received in the morning but even in the darkest moments I’m trying to look for light. I believe it will work out in a way or another, not sure how but I will stay positive.
I’m no optimistic neither pessimistic, I rather to call myself realistic, I live the now, dream big, work hard on these dreams but also think of the “what if” moments.
For now I will go for dinner with my Italian friends and have a glass of wine with them to relax and boost my mood 🙂