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Ornaments of a Different Kind – Norway Designs in Oslo, Norway

Norway is a country full of surprises. There are hikes with fairy tale worthy names like Trolltunga (troll's tongue) and pizzas topped with kjøttboller (meatballs) at tasty dives like Hell’s Kitchen in Oslo. It's also a country that's revered for its design.... Continue Reading →

Art Basel’s Other Gilty Pleasures – The Sinking of the Taj Mahal at Faena Hotel in Miami, Florida

It's no secret that Art Basel Miami Beach turns the Miami Beach Convention Center into ground zero for modern and contemporary art. During Art Week in Miami, there are also loads of other fun (and free) things you can check... Continue Reading →

Getting Crafty with Icelandic Locals – Kirsuberjatréð in Reykjavík, Iceland

One of the best things about Reykjavík is the many little local shops you can pop into. Foodies can forage through Búrið in Reykjavík’s Grandi Harbor (Old Harbor) and shoe fanatics can try on different soles Cinderella style at Kron.... Continue Reading →

Souvenirs You Can’t Erase – La Marca in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba

First things first, yes, we are advocating that you go shopping at a tattoo shop in Cuba, but not necessarily so you can get fresh ink on your body. La Marca in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba is more than just a... Continue Reading →

Fire Roses in Full Bloom – Kristbjörg Guðmundsdóttir Ceramics in Reykjavík, Iceland

Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice. For the past eight years Reykjavík based ceramic artist Kristbjörg Guðmundsdóttir has been perfecting the crystallized glazes she has lovingly dubbed fire roses. Guðmundsdóttir told FoodWaterShoes that the name fire roses comes from a... Continue Reading →

Go Hug a Cactus – Studio 695 in San Francisco, California

San Francisco is known for many things: the Golden Gate Bridge, Haight-Ashbury, the fun loving Castro neighborhood, a plethora of cute shops in the Ferry Building (like Sweets Collection and La Cocina) and, of course, everyone's favorite summertime companion, Karl the Fog.... Continue Reading →

Life Inside a Shipping Container – HAPA in Christchurch, New Zealand

When a horrible earthquake struck beautiful Christchurch on February 22, 2011, the city didn't cower in fear. Instead it used the devastating event as an opportunity resurrect itself and to reinvent the central part of the city.     Over the past... Continue Reading →

Hammocks for Bookworms – Cuba Libro in Havana, Cuba

If you’re visiting Havana, inevitably you will explore Old Havana (Habana Vieja). It’s filled with cobblestone streets, restored historic buildings and loads of cafés. The problem with Old Havana is that you won't find many locals beside you as you sip... Continue Reading →

Flamingo Chairs, Clothes and Shoes oh my! – Lulu Laboratorium in Miami, Florida

When you hear the phrase one-stop shop, you might think of a place that has men's, women's and children's clothing. Or a corner store that has bread, milk and wine. Chances are you aren't thinking a one-stop shop is the... Continue Reading →

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