The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

By | 27th March 2017

Another very beautiful spot not to miss while on a Northern Ireland trip. Close to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. The natural attraction is 60 million years old, coming from a volcanic eruption and creating a spectacular view. The rocky cliffs make a great… Read More »

The Silk Roads by Peter Frankopan

By | 25th March 2017

A New History of the World A very interesting and captivating history book by Peter Frankopan. Indeed it is a new history of the world as it tries to look at the events from another perspective. As most of the western world focuses on the development of the West, this book turns back to the… Read More »

The Hygge Phenomenon

By | 23rd March 2017

I have seen, as surely most of us have, the flood of books about and regarding the Danish 🇩🇰 concept of Hygge. I just wanted to touch base regarding my view over the idea. Hygge is a Danish word that could be best translated in English as coziness, feeling happy and calm. But hygge I believe… Read More »

Margarethe Vogel (Short Story Series #4)

By | 21st March 2017

She is Margarethe. Herr Vogel was her husband. He is no more. She’s been alone for ten years now. But she is ok with it. She grew accustomed to her life alone after a while. Now, at 66 years of age she is quite an old lady that has her routine, and loves it. Every… Read More »

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

By | 19th March 2017

During my first UK trip, I had the chance to visit Northern Ireland. I was lucky enough to have a sunny day then. Which is rare, from what I noticed. I think that one of the sights that caught my eye most was the rope bridge from County Antrim that’s being taken care of by… Read More »

Weekend in Berlin · Part 3

By | 17th March 2017

Weekend in Berlin 3.0 Hallo und willkommen! And for the 3rd and final part of the Berlin Top 10, hoping you enjoyed both part 1 and part 2 of the series, here it goes: Main locations: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, Tiergarten, Holocaust Memorial Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche is a memorial church originally built in the 1890s. Bombed in 1943 the church remains… Read More »

Bliss. #everydayinspiration

By | 16th March 2017

Recently I have moved to Scotland and one of the reasons was the fact that it’s surrounded by the sea. I find it amazing to be able to go and take a walk along the shore and enjoy the sound of the waves. As the blog is also new I’ve been looking up ideas and… Read More »

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

By | 15th March 2017

Here’s another book review I think you’ll like. I’m talking about Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. A controversial book, that is also the subject of other books. I wanted to see what was so interesting about it. Here’s what I think about it. It’s an interesting book. With a disputed topic: incest and pedophilia. At least… Read More »

Black Water Lilies by Michel Bussi #review

By | 13th March 2017

It’s a very interesting thriller. This book is not your usual crime novel. A memory, a confession, murder, paint, hope, happiness. It’s a puzzle as you’d expect. But a surprising one I admit. This is the story of obsession and crime. We start in a very funny way with our three women. A girl, a… Read More »

Weekend in Berlin · Part 2

By | 12th March 2017

Weekend in Berlin 2.0 Hallo und willkommen! It’s time for the second part of the Berlin Top 10 Travel list. I hope you enjoyed the first part. Here goes part 2: Main locations: Berliner Dom and Museum Island, Alexanderplatz and The Fernseherturn, Nikolaiviertel The Berliner Dom is one of the most beautiful churches in Berlin.… Read More »