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In Nørrebro, Copenhagen’s most culturally diverse neighbourhood, a food market is organized every first Sunday of the month on the sidewalk at Kogebogeriet (cook)bookstore & café. A handful of small and passionate food producers with a reputation of being the eminent choice of discerning customers attract shoppers who make a point of shopping locally and in-season.
Over the years, Nakhon Si Thammarat, or ‘Nakhon’ in short, has become a regular stop of ours when we’re back in Thailand. What started out mostly as a courtesy to visit relatives increasingly became a love affair as our fondness of the authenticity and tranquility of the province and its people continued to grow.
Over the past few years in Copenhagen, the recreation of medieval markets has increased tremendously in popularity. The romance of escaping, at least for a few hours, from the stress-filled, work-a-day world can be very attractive and a lot of fun.
We went to visit the Copenhagen Sakura Festival (again). Previous year, we wrote about the festival. Read more at Sakura Festival: Japanese Food and Sakura Festival: Tour. This year, we made it more entertaining. We interviewed people there and filmed them. Watch our VDOs and you will know why we like it so much.