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.
I used to paint and sketch a lot while still in high school and though it’s been less and less in the last 10 years I was happy to hear from Mira O’Brien who told me about her watercolour workshop at the Berlin Drawing Room.
The Summer Watercolor Workshop the Berlin Landscape (June 28 – July 15) is about the landscape of Berlin as a subject for practising the subtle medium of watercolour; layering color and value, dry and wet brushstrokes, sketching with watercolor, and experimentation with new materials.
It will be on Sundays, at changing outdoor locations and in addition, the class will meet in the Berlin Drawing Room studio to focus on technique.
No experience required!
Read more here.
Happy they did! Big fan of their French/Belgian creations and even better: it’s located 500 m from my place.
Join them on Facebook.
Pictures by me and Ami.
We can go when we want to
The night is young and so am I
And we can dress real neat from our hats to our feet
And surprise ‘em with the victory cry
Say, we can act if want to
If we don’t nobody will
And you can act real rude and totally removed
And I can act like an imbecile
My weekend soundtrack.
I regularly post photos from when out and about on my Facebook Page. Noticed?
Went to “Tonight we Tanqueray” at Made My Day a few weeks back and was happy to see it wasn’t the usual Torstraße “Free drinks? – we’re in!” get-together. Groovy live music, süper-tasty cocktails by skilled barkeepers and a nice crowd of gin-loving people.
So here’s a post devoted to the upcoming event at Atlas Pancakes in X-Berg on Thursday June 14th. Let’s see if they stay clean for round two. I have faith. Though unfortunately they couldn’t organise the barkeeper from the video. That would have been a sure winner!
Quote by William Plomer.
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”
For my loyal readers here’s my map London Baby! with the locations I pinned out before I went. I actually managed to visit quite a lot while others stay on the list for next time.
Have your nails done at Hair by Fairy in Soho.
This is not really something to see but just noticed animals everywhere in London too.
Explore the north Shoreditch and Dalston.
Eat dinner at Naamaste Kitchen. Best modern Indian food I’ve EVER had.
Have coffee at Fabric 548 on Kingsland Road. Dj playing in the morning and they serve a pretty decent soy cappuccino.
… and remember to give way and take it slow.