wherejacwanders.com – Before I visited Sweden recently, I didn’t know a lot about the country. The word Sweden conjured images of IKEA stores,
wherejacwanders.com – There’s something I find fascinating about stepping into an open air museum where everyone is in period costume, life goes on like in days past and you are immersed in days gone by.
wherejacwanders.com – During our recent trip to Stockholm we were lucky to see lots of Swedish Easter traditions. Little girls dressed as freckled witches, bright yellow chicken cakes and feathers adorning statues and homes around the city.
Fika. As with so many of the good things in life, the Swedes have really got this right. Fika is a Swedish tradition which means having a break.
www.wherejacwanders.com – For me sakura had always conjured up an image of Japan. Kimono clad women and men strolling down Kyoto streets under the pink petals,
www.wherejacwanders.com – There’s something so exciting about the first day of a trip. The excitement of closing a packed suitcase, driving out to the airport,
The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world’s longest art exhibit – 110 kilometers long. Travelling by subway is like traveling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today.
wherejacwanders.com – As much as I love Jakarta, at times I need a break. A getaway where I can reset myself. Escape the traffic and the business and just slow down and get back to nature.
wherejacwanders.com – During our recent weekend getaway to Solo, on Sunday morning we got up bright and early to beat the crowds of locals to Umbul Manten,