Ostsee Escape

by Nico · 30.03.2012 · Escapism · 4 comments

Some­times you need to escape. It does not mat­ter where you live and what you do. One should always take the free­dom to take a break and leave his or her daily routine. (I know that this is a very student/freelancing thing to say, but fuck it). Espe­cially if you got a ber­lin routine or “All­tag” how ger­mans call it. Pre­cious Ber­lin with its ever excit­ing attrac­tions moves fast and without regard for bad moods. So there are times where you need to pull your­self out of the bubble. A per­fect occa­sion to head to the coast and enjoy the fresh­ness of the Ost­see. Its a very short jour­ney, depend­ing where you go it takes between 2 – 4 hours by train and even less by car. Its so beau­ti­ful to walk down the beach and let the wind blow it all away. The ocean as a end­less sound­scape. The land­scape as an power­ful example of the pure beauty of nature. Then you recog­nize that you will be back on Her­mannstraße later that day, smelling döner, won­der­ing about bubble tea and avoid­ing dogshit. And it never felt bet­ter to throw your­self into the bubble again.

  1. Tolle Bilder.
    Wo genau sind die Auf­nah­men denn entstanden?

  2. Vielen Dank.
    Die Bilder sind auf der Insel Hid­densee gemacht worden.

  3. im from there and can just recom­mend all “Ost­see vis­it­ors” to check out wis­mar and the beaches around it
    for instance, bolten­ha­gen or espe­cially recom­men­det “beckerwitz” — there u got a whole beach for urself, even in the tour­ist prime time


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