Excerpt of the conclusion from my internship summary document. [...] Basic human needs like water, food, education and sanitary facilities sure it is that are scarce and not easily available to everyone, but how representative it is to classify a country by an international Human Development Index? Or a per capita Gross Domestic Product? If … Continue reading Memories from Burkina Faso internship
How many times do we get asked this type of question in life, especially at the young age? I would probably say a thousand times, and there's nothing more irritating than this when you start thinking about it. Simply put: the society we are in right now has the need to categorize every single element into … Continue reading What do I want to be? Who do I want to be?
This post is targeted to quite a wide audience, starting with me and ending with anyone who would like to visit this tiny, humane and often forgotten place on earth. I skip all the boring preliminary introduction to Denmark, which you can find amazingly explained here, to get straight to the point. Copenhagen has been … Continue reading Why do I love Copenhagen?
Food and everything that goes around it is what makes feel curious, enthusiastic and driven in my everyday life. The funniest moments I spend with my family, still nowadays, are when we recall my behavior as Yogi Bear during childhood, particularly during the summer vacations at the seaside. Indeed, the nickname Yogi Bear stems from … Continue reading Food: my access key to knowledge
I first visited Copenhagen in late June 2014, on the way back to Europe from a one year round the world trip. Sincerely that time I got quite disappointed by the city. The weather was crap, rainy and cloudy for a whole week, everything was damn expensive, the city seemed more like a ghost town … Continue reading Visiting Copenhagen? Let me help you out