- Coring in Lyby Mosse
- History is talking
- Beautiful Österlen, beautiful Alum Shale
- A look at Scandivanadium’s work plan
- Sustainable mining – fiction or reality?
- Study visit to Potsdam
- Brachiopods are not bivalves
- Stepperiders revisted
- Obsessed by the Swedish Alum Shale
- A question to Scandivanadium
- Mining and the Alum Shale in focus
- Dig up or recycle?
- New course starts Monday!
- Metals versus organics
- Mining and exploration in focus on Swedish Television
Tag Archives: Thailand
Most people love Thai food, although tourists generally want a milder, less spicy version of these delicious dishes. This often means that restaurants aimed for tourists only rarely serve good and authentic Thai food. Eating is an important part of … Continue reading
I have probably spent almost 9 months in Thailand during the past seven years. Our road trips took us from north to south and from west to east, and apart from all the lakes we have visited, we also managed … Continue reading
After three months, I see the very first raindrops! Finally – how I waited to see and feel the heavy rain, and to experience something that is close to the rainy summer monsoon season. It did actually rain heavily in … Continue reading
My weekend retreat started out really nice. Fresh air, acceptable temperatures, few tourists, an almost empty beach, friendly people, lovely sun rises and sun sets and good food. What could be better! I went for long walks along the beach, … Continue reading
Submitted my research proposal, finished up a manuscript, and can feel the toll on my back after hours of just sitting and writing and thinking. Bangkok’s heat is also just too much for me. Although I really like warmer temperatures, … Continue reading
I have written about my (almost) daily walk to the metro station before, but I never documented this arduous enterprise with some pictures. It is arduous (at least for me) because there really is no space for walking, and if … Continue reading