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Finding Luang Prabang

26.10.2010 · 3 comments

Luang Prabang was so far the most beautiful spot we’ve found here in South East Asia. Simple and seducing – the old French colonial style architecture, the laid back attitude of the Lao people and finally some baguette and tasty crepes for our European tastes. Accompanied by a stunning landscape and a whole lot of
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Finding Chiang Mai

23.10.2010

The Thais have a very spiritual saying which they use at every possible occasion. I‘m pretty sure it goes back to the first monks trying to decipher the meaning of life. It‘s become a contagious mantra throughout the times and you won‘t spend a day in Thailand without hearing it at least once: Same same,
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Finding Bangkok

10.10.2010 · 3 comments

Bangkok. Backpackers haven, door to Asia, the first touch of adventure you’ll have once you decide to leave your regular citizen life. It’s loud, it’s packed, it’s noisy. I remember watching The Beach for the first time in my life (yes, I watched it before I read the book and I do regret it), and
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Stroke 03 Urban Art Fair

09.10.2010 · 4 comments

You know we love those things that are going on in the streets of the city. Call it Graffiti, Streetart, Urban Art, whatever! We just love people that actively create their environment and tear us out of the regular pastell boredom. But of course we ask ourself – what does it mean when Streetart is
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a sunday kind of love

06.10.2010 · 7 comments

Berlin Prenzlauer Berg is not my regular place to be. Not that I don’t like it over there but my lifestyle is more Kotti D’Azurright now. There is just this one day of the week I somehow feel very connected to this perfect little world. It’s the Sunday. When I’m not in a club, I
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A Berlin Summer

02.10.2010 · 21 comments

Last winter sucked. We all remember the thick layers of snow that lasted until April and the freezing temperatures that set onto our city. Most of us can  vividly live through a moment where we thought we’d die from the cold. Many times did I promise myself I would never leave the house again. When