Enjoying the view at Koh Lanta Mu Ko National Park. Sunset from our hotel next to the beach. As we travel during low season, we were the only ones in a huge resort. Drying some fish at one of the many local markets around Koh Lanta. Best way to explore Koh Lanta … Continue reading Another 2 weeks highlights in pics.
"You are going to live/work on a small island that is under quite strict protection due to quite a few very special species of flora and fauna." they said to me before I canceled my already signed contracts and rearranged my life to move to Norway. Getting on a train from Oslo, I would have … Continue reading Life is best enjoyed in trolling speed.
I have finally recovered from the theft of my laptop which took place in Indonesia. As a poor traveler with no gold nuggets set aside, this is can be quite devastating. Not so bad in the matter of owning a laptop no more, but with that sad series of events, I lost half of my … Continue reading Echos of the East.
If it comes to a city with over 2 million people, you are for sure going to cross paths with individuals whos taste ranges from being on a fruit diet to consuming sumo style uncountable courses of fatty goodness. Some people choose to live in a hut with very little on their hands and some … Continue reading Meathippie travels: Medan, does it turn around vegans?
Nowadays people are in doubt about whether we should be consuming dairy products or not. As the rise of soy and oat milk has been equivalent to Sauron trying to take over the Middle Earth, some hobbits are still left to give the world hope for clearer skies. But this story is not … Continue reading Where does milk come from? (The dairy haters special)
It takes a while, when someone can call themself not a dick head chef. It takes the acceptance of the people from the same profession and all of the customers, who are willing to accept your tastes and your point of view on the very thing we all depend on. And that is the fuel … Continue reading Meathippies guide to not being a dick head chef in the North.
Some people are good at fixing cars and some are good at helping women give birth. Juha Konttinen is not good at either of them, but what he is good at, is getting people wasted in a fashionable way. Pair that to a delicious Lapish surf & turf prepared by Ilari Otto Kinnunen and BAM! we … Continue reading Stairway to Barcelona. Torres Masters Cocktail Competition practice.
Vegan mentality is still going strong with numbers growing all the time. Media influence and the urge to be a better person is transforming healthy thinking people into slaves of the greenhouses faster then Megatron turns itself into a car. Even on a faster rate appear "being a better person because I'm a vegan" posts … Continue reading Meathippies guide to start eating meat again(for vegan).
Every employers dream is to find the perfect candidate for the position they have offered on the market. They are looking for a hard working person who is about to fill the position for a long time(til the end of ones heartbeats or when the place goes bankrupt). It takes a bit of a different … Continue reading The concept of “kitchen hopping”.
I guess every job in the world comes with its pros and cons. Whether it is the lack of free time, immense routine or shitty pay to effort ratio. We have all been there and will probably end up once more. Since the pros and cons list will give a pretty accurate point of view … Continue reading Pros and cons of being a Northern hospitality chef