The Hella Night Half Marathon in Rostock added ‘Panzer’ to my vocabulary. Continue reading A Night Run in Rostock
Visiting Quedlinburg makes you realise how much of Germany’s quaint little towns you bypass. Continue reading Quedlinburg: Germany’s First Capital
My dark bitter drug – I’ve learned to mellow you down,
Learned to appreciate the gentleness in town. Continue reading Latte Macchiato
It’s easy to tell it’s Spargelzeit: Almost all restaurants and even takeaway places will offer an asparagus dish. There is hardly a menu board that won’t have ‘spargel’ written on it. Supermarkets and kiosks will start selling them at pretty reasonable prices. Continue reading Spargelzeit Alarm
This year, I decided to go on a solitary hanami to appreciate transient beauty. Continue reading The Sakura Campaign
Yesterday, Gaurav sent me a photo of a box he was going to pick up, and naïve as I am, I ended up agreeing to slavery and went along with him. Continue reading The Box
Berlin is 91 % the greyness and dullness and 9% the snow-blanketed winter wonderland. So here’s the 9% good part of winter.