Coworking / Coliving in Blackpool UK: first steps.

It’s happening. Somewhere Different Blackpool is on it’s way I have been planning this for years and now finally it’s happening. We will be open in the UK June 1st and I am now taking bookings from the 1st on wards.  As you will see in the video, no pressure to be done and open […]

Coworking this Christmas on your own? How about dinner in the dunes?

Where are you planning to work from over Christmas? What are you doing for Christmas? Want to get some work done but don’t want to be on your own? Turkey for one sucks right? Well… we will be cooking a chicken, no turkeys out here in the desert.  Baked in the traditional way, half an […]

Coworking models needed in Egypt this November

Up for some desert shoots and hot springs? Somewhere Different is a coworking / coliving space in the Sahara Desert in Egypt. Duncan who runs it is a professional photographer and is looking for some models to help him capture the spirit of staying at Somewhere Different Siwa.  Are you between 25 & 40? Good […]

The Siwa season is here. See you in Siwa :)

October is one of the best months to visit You have heard the news of some protests in Cairo. Realy, don’t worry about it. Get over to Egypt for some coworking with fellow Digital Nomads and enjoy the reliable internet and hot springs in the evenings.  We are open, we have guests staying and as […]

We have opened – not somewhere different – just different this time

After 6 years Somewhere Different is open again If you read the blog posts here you might get a bit confused. That’s because they are old. Somewhere Different has been closed since the revolution in Egypt due to personal reasons. That was then. It’s late 2018 and we are very much open again! Somewhere Different […]

Traditional Wedding in Maramures

When your neighbour gets married My neighbor got married at the weekend. It’s great to see that some things have not changed in Breb; it’s a matter of time and it will all be different, but for now – life, and weddings, go on like they always did. Except for Johns shoes…. and the girls, […]

The Romaniain Invasion of 2014

A week is a long time in politics they say. It can be a life time in the world of newspapers. A about a week ago I was leaving Bucharest for good and my phone rings “ Hi, from the Mail on Sunday, can you cover the story about the Romanian invasion in 2014 for […]

Dancing with the Gypies

I am putting together a tour called “Dancing with the Gypsies”. It’s not easy, as no Romanian will help me. I am slowly building up my knowledge on what Gypsy tribes do what and where they all live. I am enjoying the research and am amazed at the different cultures there are within the Gypsy […]

A walk beyond the forest

Saturday morning. Mid August, the sun is shining and I step out of my home in Breb with my camera – detestation unknown. I see the neighbors and Georgy Pop making Horinca in Maria’s Casan. We say hi and Pertu our other neighbor appears and tells me to buy his land down at the cross. […]