#day76 – replying to simple kids questions

A nice coincidence brought me to the idea of my todays first time. On my way to work I read the Zeit Magazin in the train and stumbled over a book recommendation: “Warum bin ich nicht du?” (Why am I not you?) from French illustrator and writer Tomi Ungerer. It’s a collection of simple and banal questions from kids, […]

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#day74 – scratching my personal world map

My blog didn’t unfold it yet, but I love to travel. Only 30 days off in a whole year is way too little to professionalize my presence as a world explorer. Because with travelling I mean the phenomenon called wanderlust, not lying two weeks at the beach or even worse at the hotel pool without seeing anything […]

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#day73 – throwback Sunday at museum of things

Museum visits are always a time travel to the past, but this one was special. Located in one of Berlin busiest bar streets near Kottbusser Tor, the musuem shows the product culture of the 20th and 21st centuries. Besides presenting past and contemporary objects, one of the museum’s main aim is to cultivate a “ground for intellectual experimentation”. Prepared […]

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#day72 – my own mural

Call me a sprayer. Because I belong to them offically now. I made my very first mural in the public today. Bloody gangsta, I can tell you. My graffiti-firsttimer-action was well planned. Last weekend at my parents home I found a spray can in a box with old craft stuff. An exciting purple metallic shining colour-can. […]

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#day71 – throwing Bärgida flyer in the bin

While I was walking through Mitte today, I spotted Bärgida flyer at the train station. Piles of flyers in the entire station. An advertising for their 100th walk this weekend. Invited are all patriots, who want to protest againt the destruction of Germany, unrelated to their origins. International guests are welcome as well. Hungary, Slovakia, Denmark, […]

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#day70 – short trip to Kottiwood

I’m a well-known Kotti fan. Ok, the station Kottbusser Tor and the surrounding is for sure a bit ugly and yes there are drug dealers and some other interesting creatures hanging around. But most of the documentaries and TV shows broadcasted the last months are a bit exaggerated. I never really felt insecure or frightened. Much […]

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#day69 – part of Parcels first-ever sold out show

Yesterday I wrote about following your dream, today I went to a concert of 5 Australians, who live their dream. Parcels are a disco-funk-band of young guys from Byron Bay, the tiny little surfer spot on the east coast. They know each other since school and moved to Berlin round about two years ago to push their music project forward. […]

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#day68 – bestseller read in one day

“There comes a time in life when there is nothing else to do but go your own way. A time to follow your dreams. A time to raise the sails of your own beliefs” – Sergio Bambaren Raising the sails of my own beliefs? Excuse me, this sounds wonderful! It hits my current emotional state of […]

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#day67 – Mitte’s best kept secret

Sometimes a friend from Munich has to come to Berlin to let you discover charming hidden places in your own city. Whereas my evening started really Mitte-fancy with a dinner at Yumcha Heroes. Highly recommended by many Berlin foodies and on my list since quite a while. Today I finally managed it to go there. Reservating […]

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