Have you been dreaming of a European adventure but the prices in the summer put you off and the your only chance for time off is the winter time? Don’t fret. The one good thing about Europe is every season offers a completely different experience and winter is no exception. Think of strolling the streets
I know I did my post about Berlin some days ago but I fell in love with the murals around Berlin. A street would look plain and boring from outside then once you turn the corner you find the most amazing art work and small cafés and what nots. I loved the hipster vibe
So after a great few weeks of escaping Koln am back here with a few days to kill before heading to South America. It’s time to hit those spots that I had skipped during my initial days here. First stop is the Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral). It is a renowned monument of German Catholicism and Gothic architecture and is a World Heritage Site. It is Germany’s most visited landmark, attracting an average of 20,000 people a day. It’s Gothic architecture from the outside is a sight to behold. The interior tells a story and
This year has started better than any year could. Having spend my New Year with Sascha, her family and friends was the way to say Hello 2015. It only got better, on 2nd January Jo literally commanded me to go to Berlin and I am generally a very obedient person so I am here now. Its been 5 years since we hang out with Johana before Amsterdam and
Happy People, I survived am still in Germany but nowhere close to Koln 🙂 So after my dramatic change in plans it was time to venture to a new side of Deutschland and what is better than taking the bus and heading out Hamburg. Hamburg is one of those cities that you have to love.
At this point I have confirmed with my bosses that I will take a sabbatical from work for one year. Crazy??? yes but needed. Most people take sabbaticals because their in a rut or they hate their lives or jobs etc. For me its nothing like that, I have the perfect job and the perfect