For this NYE, we decided to make a small stop to Copenhagen, deciding to visit our relatives from Denmark. It is easy to say it was the best decision made, as the place holds magic especially in the winter time. And although it was only a 3 days trip, Copenhagen hygge atmosphere surrounded us with… Read More Copenhagen though our NYEs eyes
The Swedish word ‘lagom’ means ‘not too little, not too much, but just enough’, and can be used to describe basically anything. It is a concept that goes some way to describe Sweden, celebrating a commitment to finding what really works and, crucially, knowing when to stop. Ingredients: Cinnamon buns:sunflower oil, for oiling300ml milk1 tsp… Read More Lagom, Cinnamon Buns, and finding balance with Swedish ‘fika’
Today, we will be taking a look at Vampire Free Style: The Graphic Novel, a collected edition that includes books one through six. Published by Neptune Factory, Vampire Free Style is written and drawn by Jenika Ioffreda. I had the pleasure of meeting Jenika at the Comic Con this weekend, in Vienna. I was lucky… Read More Comic Review: Vampire Free Style #1-6
Pokemon Sword and Shield are officially out and, like many Pokemon fans, I spent much of the last weekend playing through the opening hours of Pokemon Sword. After somewhere around 15 hours of game time, I can indeed confirm that this is a Pokemon game. Cool, cute, and ready to catch them all. I have… Read More First glance: Pokemon Shield!
First of all, if you never heard of Plem Plem Productions, you should check it right now! I discovered the production through Chris Kloiber, who attended Comic Con in Vienna two years ago. He took my eye immediately with his square, oversized, white and light blue pattern clothes. Back then he was selling his first… Read More Comic Review – Shark Farmer && Tracht Man
Embrace your parental instincts and raise your very own Dragon! Through wise decisions, proper nutrition, and empathetic nurturing show the world the true potential of your Dragon companion. If the summary presented above takes you into the world farming game collection, that’s because it is. The game is having the influence of the creator of… Read More Game Review – Little Dragon Cafe
Ibiza, April 2018 The dashing mourner of the sea Running hot through grounded veins, Soundless thoughts of giant hopes Standing still. Running low. Priceless crystals in the sand Running cold through celestial veins, Sandless thought of giant hopes Running low. Standing still.
Hi there, cool farmer! I say that in the opening because Story of Seasons is basically just Harvest Moon rebranded… a very popular farming game, you guessed right! Expand your farm by growing crops, raising livestock, fishing and selling pretty much everything you find. Routine FarmingDon’t go overboard with crops. Planting too many seeds can… Read More Game Review – Doraemon: Story of Sesons
This game is the continuation of The Book of Unwritten Tales I, of course. The first game introduced us to four fantastic protagonists: Wilbur Weathervane, a young gnome with dreams of adventure and… hmm, magic, Ivo, a strong elven princess with incurable wanderlust, and Captain Nate, the Han Solo in every way, right down to… Read More Game Review – The Book of Unwritten Tales II
Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee! and Let’s Go Pikachu! are transformational remakes of those 20-year-old games for the Nintendo Switch, with bright, beautiful cartoon graphics and great animation. And yet the imagination and wonder of these creatures and this world, in which kids venture out to find their own destiny in the company of loyal, adorable… Read More Game Review – Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!