#day333 – meeting the Kuna

The islands where we are staying at are actually not Panama. They belong to Panama but it’s an autonom area called Guna Yala. The area consists of a bit mainland and 365 islands, although just 50 islands are inhabited. The people, who live here are called Kuna. They have their own traditional  culture and even […]

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#day329 – the story behind the black fishermen

When I was walking around Cartagena, trying to find a nice postcard, it was the first time I got in contact with the black fishermen. It’s apparently a typical postcard picture here. I was wondering if there’s a story behind but I forgot to look it up. Today though while I was walking through downtown […]

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#day231 – Cholitas Wrestling

No, I’m not into Wrestling. To be honest I have never seen a real fight yet, but when I heard there’s a show in La Paz, where indigenous women are fighting against each other, I was on fire. Seriously? This sounds actually too funny to be true. I should explain you first how a traditional […]

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#day43 – paranormal theatre at Katerblau

“Changing state of mind without substances: At Trance theatre telepathy, hypnosis and psychomagic meets surreal imagery. Figure out, if Vivian and Roman are able to read your mind as well. Extravagancy and colorful brains are welcome. In the name of prettiness, tenderness and the holy insanity. Amen!” Since my brain is pretty colorful, I felt […]

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#day35 – vip loge in the theatre

My last theatre visit has been months. To be exact it was in July when a good friend of mine visited me in Berlin and we went to Sommernachtstraum. Not this Shakespeare-version, you have seen maybe already . It was a special interpretation of a theatre group called Seifentheater, which is a bunch of young guys, describing themsleves […]

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