#day242 – playing a puppet piano

While I walked through ‘Little Italy’ yesterday I figured out La Paz has some interesting little museums to offer. There’s even a so called museums street, where you can buy one ticket for five different museums. Well, five museums on one day for a museums-hater might be a bit tough, but I wanted to give […]

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#day187 – museo de la memoria

I told you, museums aren’t my favorite freetime activity, but after several recommendations for the Museum of Memories and Human Rights in Santiago, I thought I should check it out. As are all public museums in Chile, the entrance is for free anyways. Because they offered German audio guides, I was so generous today and even treated myself with one. Most […]

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#day169 – Evita’s story

Eleanor Roosevelt, Frida Kahlo, Peggy Guggenheim…There have been some powerful women in the past, who inspire me a lot with their groundbreaking thoughts and activities. In Argentina Evita Peron is THE woman. Their first lady. She was the wife of Juan Peron, who won the presidential election in 1946, not at least due to Evita’s […]

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#day161 – malba museum

I have to see at least one museum from the inside during my 5 weeks in Buenos Aires. Museums are usally not my first option for freetime activities. A free event in one of the best art museums here was my chance to turn purposes into reality and so I motivated some friends and went […]

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#day112 – shark spotting in the Thuringian forest

No, it’s not a find-the-shark-in-the-picture-game. My headline and my picture didn’t match today. There’re only sweet little colorful fishes, among others a little Nemo, in the aquarium. I made a video of the sharks for Instagram and forgot to take a picture for the blog. It must have happen once. Hard life as a social-media-girl, […]

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#day87 – the whole ABBA story

It’s snowing and snowing. And I’m wearing Nikes. I’m still wondering at my shoe choice for the trip. But with tights and an additional pair of socks I’m quite alright. That’s the real winter experience. Retrospectively we had a nice touristy day. Despite the challenging weather and shoe wear we did a little walk through Gamla […]

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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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