Whoa it has been a long time. Welcome back, me. I brought something special to make up for the long silence. Photos from the most beautiful place I ever visited. Iceland. For a long time Iceland has been a dream travel country of mine. Doro was so lucky to have been there already, some years […]
Germany is cold. That is why Germans have a lot of outdoor jackets even though we just go from our heated and insulated homes to our heated and insulated work places in heated trains. Well, only heated when the heating is not needed. This year, we did not embrace the coldness and escaped to Italy […]
Days are getting shorter, darker, colder – a perfect opportunity to revisit my summer holiday this year.
In about a week’s time I’ll be hopefully on the shore of the French atlantic coast in Brittany. Ten years ago I’ve been already there. We were a group of friends, Henny, Yann, Giannina, Julia, Yannick and me, and just a year short of graduating high school. In August we decided to head out to […]
Every good American knows that Europe has three Cities: London, Paris and Venice. It is of utmost importance to visit every single one of them and only them. This is to be educated about the old world and to tell the family back home, how much culture there is.
On this year’s longest day we made the next step into adulting: putting rings on each other, signing papers, saying the big “yes”.
insert something about time has passed yadda yadda I am doing so many things at the moment but still I feel like I don’t have anything to tell on this blog. Yes, the house is coming along fine, yes, at work I do work that sometimes works, yes, I eat all of the things.
Finally I can put this category “hacking”, that I started when setting up this blog, to a good use. This weekend, from the 23rd to the 25th of October, the Science Hack Day took place in the fab lab in Berlin. I was so lucky to hear about this one ahead of time, not like […]
Winter is coming. That’s the best occasion to review one of the best days I had this summer.
Our days on the isle of Mull were over. We said goodbye to the tiny coastal town, hopped on a bus to hop on a boat and moved to the port town of Oban.