Appearantly it can’t get cold enough if you ask me – since I’m willingly going to Moscow on Thursday.
A new world is awaiting. There’s been some talk about a caviar tasting in a penthouse apartment and visiting spectacular event location. Dum-di-dum, we’ll see.
I’ll report…or not…I mean, some stuff might be classified.
Looking on my instagram account I just noticed that I have very few people on my pictures.
I do actually meet people in everyday life. Yes! And I have one or two friends as well. Seems I’m just much more interested in taking pictures of food and places. Hmm. Ok. Will make an effort to share people too – those who are keen on being shared.
Seems food (at least some) just taste better when closer to equator.
Have to admit my diet in Ibiza, due to high temperatures, mainly consisted of gazpacho and “melón y jamòn”. But since not entirely here are some photos of what I ate and drank.
A documentation of a couple of the events that filled my last weekend.
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Went for an early morning run.
Got high on water
Went to a birthday party at an amazing location at the water
Had a dance or two at an open air
Rumanian Puma got hungry
Baked paleo buns (recipe inspiration here – sorry, Danish)
Tale of Us delivering ear candy.
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Do you know the difference between a regular musician and one who thinks outside the box in terms of creating a unique sound and ambience?
This video clearly displays the latter in my humble opinion. Fascinating!
© Rasmus Weng Karlsen
I went on a road trip to Poznan, Poland last weekend. Maybe you didn’t know but I’m the official lead groupie of Sylwia van der Wonderland. Sort of.
She had a gig in her hometown so I and my two fellow groupies jumped in the car with her and did some multicultural exploring (multi-kulti since we were four nationalities).
Here are some of the pictures. See more on my Facebook page.
Conclusion? We want more road trips!
Queens of the back seat. Miss Wonderland and me
Polish imbiss meal. Köstlich!
At the Poznan version of the Berlin Badeschiff
Me and the American
Poznan loves pølser too.
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As mentioned in my “Bike ride der Kulturen” post I made a spontaneous stop at Korea Haus last Sunday.
My friend Ami already went (she ditched our date) but her feedback (that I respect since she’s been travelling in Korea and is as passionate an eater as I am) came out less positive. Not “bad” it just wasn’t the best Korean she’s had had in Berlin – she mentioned another place but of course I forgot the name: Ami what was it?
- cause I’m pretty curios cause I thought the food was YUMMY! I had the tofu teriyaki if anyone is interested. And some sort of cinnamon/ginger/kaki drink from a can. Sure it’s full of e-numbers but it tasted devine!
Thanks for your patience, here’s the 2nd round of photos.
Alte Manier…wonder what this place is up to at night.
Allotment garden in Wedding. When in a sentimental mood, I dream of one.
The Wedding kind of fountain. Here’s what they can afford in Mitte.
Finally made it to Korea Hause – more pictures soon!
I was too full for desert but randomly passed by a Turkish children’s festival.
In Danish you say “green is good for the eyes”