Native speaker german, schoolenglish, i'm sorry for any mistakes. Strong urge or desire to travel or wander and explore the world.
Living in: Berlin, Germany
  • Day1


    March 5, 2017 in Germany

    Today I made 'Kimbap'. The korean dish is easier to make than expected, but it took about one hour.

    It's like sushi, but without rare fish. Instead you can use vegetables, bulgogi or kimchi, cheese, ham or lettuce.

    For my own creation I used:

    Kassler (german ham), egg, rucola, tuna (can tuna mixed with mayo), carrotes and cucumber

    Mixed with sesame oil, sesame seeds and salt

    Sushi Nori (seaweed sheets) and a sushi 'bamboo mat' (Maki-su)

    (I apologise for any mistakes)
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  • Day4

    Barcelona I.

    October 19, 2016 in Spain

    We drove out of Blanes by car and took a train when we arrived in the suburban area of Barcelona. Our first stop after we got there was the old indoor market- loud, colourful and crowded. Apart from fruits and vegetables, you can buy there sweets, pastries, every kind of fish and spain specialitys.

    It drizzeled when we walked to a particular bookshop. Years ago it was a church and from the outside it looked smaller than it was in real. In addition to the large first room you can go upstairs, in a cellar or tiny aisles.Read more

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    October 16, 2016 in Spain

    We boarded in the october-cold berlin and checked out on a hot and sunny barcelona morning. Our appartement wasn't placed in Barcelona, we had to drive about a hour to Blanes. But our view was -as you can see in the second picture- breathtaking. (Especially mornings as we got to know the next days).
    After we packed out, we had to do the shopping. In the afternoon we walked down the beach and 'climbed' on the peninsula-hill you can see in the third picture.Read more

  • Day9

    Jump into the puddle

    September 13, 2015 in France

    We went to a museum near l'Avenue des Champs-Élysées. It was interesting and well organized. Even the curtilage was beautiful. When we went outside, it started to rain. Instead of taking an umbrella, I jumped into the puddles on our way.
    Even tought the rain didn't stopped, we walked down the Champs-Élysées and stopped in a café on the side of a place with a golden Johanna d'Orleans statue.

  • Day5


    September 9, 2015 in France

    Wednesdays are Half-days in France. Students in every school have freetime after lunch (this is what Coumba explained). We wanted to use the time and went to Madame Tussauds... but because off 'Circumstances' we weren't able to go inside. Instead she showed me a shop for tiny dollhouse supplies.
    Afterwards we took a Bato-bus. It's not a bus but a ferry on the Seine. We ended up near the Louvre and went home by bus- a real bus.Read more

  • Day2


    September 6, 2015 in France

    It was overwhelming!
    We walked to Sacré-Cœur and I still know how giddy I felt (not bad). All the people, colourful awnings, little stores, cafés - the life. We came back at 'home' for lunch, afterwards, her whole family came with us and we walked down to the Seine. On our way we saw Lafayette, l'Opera and some little squares.
    Between 'le Louvre' and Notre-Dame her parents bought us ice cream. In the evening we went back by train.Read more

  • Day1


    September 5, 2015 in France

    After two hours I landed at Charles-de-Gaulle-Airport. My host sister Coumba (she stayed 6 weeks in Berlin the summer before) was there together with her father to pick me up. Her family -and I for the next 5 weeks- is living in 9th arrondisement in a big flat near Sacré-Cœur. I met her Mother, grandmother, little brother (9) and sister (4) when we get there.

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