When was the last time you cleared your schedule and jumped on a train for a day out in a city near where you live? For me it was a long time ago, whilst my boyfriend was over in the U.K. from Germany I took the opportunity to both show him how varied England canContinue reading “York: wizzards, scones and castles”
Day 02 Name: Prenzlauer baby! Work the am. Chill the pm. Perfect for: Freelancers, busy people or anyone who’s got a day with a few coffee meetings but some time to fill in-between. Pick and choose locations and activities from our day to make it work for you!
A few weeks ago I left the hum of the big city in the search for some fresh air! My boyfriend and I visited the Zillertal in Austria. Having spent many summers and winters here I am already completely convinced it is one of Austrias most breathtaking corners, and after just 10 days he wasContinue reading “A rainy-day in the Zillertal”
Heya, this is ten to ten. my new mini blog series guiding you through my favourite activities and days in Berlin. We start off with a coffee at ten am and end with an even stronger drink at ten pm. Come along for the ride!
…I mean a strict budget! Rent, uni, deadlines, work and whatever else: a lot is usually going on but let’s be realistic students (usually) have a lot of free time. How you decide to use it is the key question!
The travel bug has hit hard recently and I can’t seem to keep myself sat in one place too long. Last weekend I went to Paris with one of my best friends and I’ve not laughed so much in a very, very long time. Without further a do…here’s what we got up to:
For Easter weekend this year I visited one of my dearest friends in Bonn where she’s on her year abroad. It was beautiful! So here are my photos and scribbles about the perfect weekend catching up with close friends and being surrounded by blossom!
Stop number one on our 5 day whistle stop tour of Poland was Warsaw. (The trip itself we can only describe as ‘an experience’ but more on that later!😂)
A beach on the coast of the North Sea on the 1st April, global warming is real kids…but let’s just overlook that for a second right now. Whilst my family were visiting me in the Netherlands a couple of weeks ago we decided to make the most of having the car with us and wentContinue reading “Leiden, Coastal Drives and the Beach!”
After teary goodbyes and hauling my ridiculously overloaded bag to Tegel airport… I’m on my way back to Berlin! I knew I’d be back sooner rather later, but I pictured my next visit to be in June or July. Clearly, the rainy, January streets of Berlin are too much to miss out on…3 weeks andContinue reading “Back in Berlin!”