Summer in Aarhus

 

Songs that make it happen

When you are on a train in the middle of the night and a Danish woman tries to seduce you and your friend with ice blue eyes and a slurry red wine fuelled… Continue reading

Spot Festival

With spring comes snowdrops and street festivals. This week it was time for Indie music to possess the stages. Spot festival had come for its annual appearance. The festival focuses on Nordic acts;… Continue reading

Horse meat and hot tubs

Aarhus is a very cool city. Its shops may have lame opening hours but there is a rich cultural life, a diversity of people and a young pulsating stream of idealism in this… Continue reading

Made potato radio

Today I had my first knack at making radio. Wow, it really is fun. Me and two friends borrowed a local radio studio for a few hours. It took a while before all… Continue reading

Aarhus – Copenhagen

If I hadn’t come to Aarhus I would have never been able to hitchhike to Copenhagen. Although the distance is around a hundred miles (160km) it is a popular hitchhiking stretch because of… Continue reading

Found another consciousness

If I hadn’t come to Aarhus I would have never attended a meditation workshop and found another consciousness. It’s not as dramatic as it might come across; a bit like some people having… Continue reading

Gone behind the moon

If I hadn’t come to Aarhus I would have never found out what Danish artists though was behind the moon. Although, there seems to be a lot and nothing going on there, so… Continue reading

Understood how cool farmers are

If I hadn’t come to Aarhus I would have never been drawn into the organic farming debate. I hadn’t thought about the production reality behind the food with an organic label and those… Continue reading

Travel guided my friends

If I hadn’t come to Aarhus I would have never had the pleasure to introduce my London friends to a weekend of bold new encounters and experiences. Edite (above) here pictured at Aros the… Continue reading