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asian food in Copenhagen

Satisfy Your Cravings for Asian Food in Copenhagen

Getting Asian food in Copenhagen isn’t one of the top things people would do when visiting the city. Well, as one of the major capitals in Scandinavia, Copenhagen offers cuisines from worldwide. In fact, it’s probably the food mecca in Nordic countries. I am quite adventurous when it comes to exploring exotic international food. Yet,…

A week in rhodes island greece photos

A Week in Rhodes Island, Greece: Photos and Things You Need to Know

We spent a week in Rhodes Island, Greece in the summer of 2016, and we can tell you that as a part of the Greek archipelago, the island of Rhodes is underrated! When speaking of the Greek islands, Santorini or Mykonos are usually what comes to everyone’s mind. And in fact, Santorini was the first Greek island…

2017 travel giveaway

Deal Alert: 2017 Travel Giveaway for All Kinds of Travelers!

Welcome to the first travel giveaway on Notes of Jo! (May there be much more :D.) It’s a pleasure to announce that we have partnered up with Servantrip! The offer is valid from now thru March 8, 2017. About Servantrip: Servantrip is an online tourism platform based in Madrid, Spain. The platform provides transportation to/from the airport, personal…

Letter Inconsiderate Disrespectful Selfish Parent Piano Teacher

An Open Letter to the Inconsiderate, Disrespectful, and Selfish Parent From a Piano Teacher

Dear inconsiderate, disrespectful and selfish parent of my soon-to-be-former student, I would like to inform you that I can no longer teach your daughter, effective immediately. It has been a pleasure to work with your child in the past month. But after four lessons, I am confident that we are not a good fit. Not…

Coping with Stress that Comes with Living Abroad

Coping with stress that comes with living abroad is an essential skill for every expat. One of the hardest challenges of living abroad is making an unfamiliar place feels like home. It’s an issue that most people would meet when they first move to another country. But in fact, I’ve never considered this as a real problem…