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Sesame Noodle Bar in Phnom Penh

Sesame Noodle Bar is a cute little noodle restaurant close to Russian Market in Phnom Penh. The restaurant was started by an American/Japanese couple, and the menu, which is not afraid of fusions, has a limited, but appetizing selection of dishes and snacks. I was there 20 minutes before they opened for lunch, but they told me to come inside and have a seat, while they were getting ready, which I think was very nice of them.

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Fairmont The Palm, Dubai

When Dubai started opening up after the lockdown, we started looking for staycations and ended up booking a night at Fairmont at The Palm. It was nice l to get away from the monotone mass that has been everyday life for the last couple of months, and our timing was just right as the hotel beach clubs were allowed to open again that weekend.

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Koh Phagnan

In 2007 I spent a little more than a month in Thailand. The main purpose with the trip was to have LASIK eye surgery to meet the medical requirements to obtain my commercial pilot license. The surgery itself did not take more than 20 minutes, and after a week of recovery in Bangkok, there was plenty of time to explore the rest of the country. I traveled with my good friend Lasse, and we visited Phuket and Hua Hin together, and had a great time, but the last 2 weeks I was on my own.

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Do you remember my friend Tina and her company Hungry Bird Eats? It was just starting to really take off before covid-19 and I was so happy for her. She has been working really hard for this, and I cannot count the times she has been skipping a night out, so she could get up early in the morning and make the first batch of Nordic crisps before sunrise. Or all the weekends she has spent at local markets promoting her products, talking to customers and networking with other entrepreneurs.  

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