It was about a year ago that I was sitting under a palm tree, the hot sun on my face and just enjoyed where I was. Stony beaches and rocky cliffs lines the sea shore and we walked every day to the beach, enjoyed cold drinks by the water and forgetting all the worries we … More Spanish sun
2014 was an important year for me. I was 16 and had just moved halfway across the World. Panama was a lot hotter than Germany (no surprise there), but that was probably not the biggest difference. No, the biggest difference for me personally was that my brother and I switched to a private Catholic school … More What is a Catholic School really like?
Choosing your study field can have a lot of influence on your life. If you study physics you will probably no become a Opera singer and if you study Law, you might find it difficult to live and work in different countries with different Laws. Therefore, choosing the right degree can be difficult, stressful and … More Wanna study Psychology? 5 things you should know beforehand
Today, we got an amazing show of the luck of the irish (which, in case you don’t know, is bad luck, not good luck). When we woke up we were in blissful ignorance of the day we were going to have. We made our way to the canal, the sun shining down on the greenish … More An Irishman in Panama
This is another post from way back, that I will now post in June (the least Christmas-y time of the year): I have just come back to a weekend trip to my hometown of Hannover in Germany and I am already really missing the Christmas spirit, so I thought I might share some of my … More A very German Christmas
First of all, the picture I put up with this does actually have something to do with the story. So, today we decided to go and visit the dunes a bit north of where I live. Beautiful I must say. Absolutely beautiful. It looks like straight out of a safari catalog: blue skies, soft sand … More How my boyfriend lost my phone
Sit back and let me tell you a quick something about one of London’s most well kept secrets. You have heard of Big Ben, of The London Eye, of The British Museum. This is better. Hidden away in plain sight, you just walk down a few stairs to what used to be an Underground Toilet … More The Cellar Door Club: London’s naughty, little Secret