Exactly one week ago I said goodbye to Vienna, my family and my boyfriend and hopped on a plane to Copenhagen. I was devastated at that point. Saying goodbye is a hard thing to do even though I’ll be back home for a week in October. Also, there are magical things like FaceTime and Whatsapp that make it easy for us to stay in touch at any time. Technology is a great thing, you know. Continue reading
Baking bread has always been one of my favorite things to do. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as it sounds and the final product often wasn’t as good as it was supposed to be. After kneading, waiting, baking, this can be quite a disappointing experience. Continue reading
Finding a place to stay in Copenhagen is a nightmare! No kidding! I’ve been following different Facebook-pages where people offer and search for accomodation and, gosh, I am so happy I have found a nice place to live weeks ago. Posts like “What do I have to do to find a place to live? Do I have to donate a kidney or what?” or “Help! I’m homeless! Looking for a room ASAP!” aren’t rare. Continue reading
I love soup. I could eat it all day long, for breakfast, lunch, dinner. People close to me know about this obsession, some are on my team, others don’t get why I love this liquid stuff. Continue reading
A few weeks back I had been craving freshly baked bread so badly that I decided to bake olive-thyme-rolls for breakfast. Basically a good idea but first of all, I didn’t think about the time it takes for them to rise (yeast, hurry up a bit! I’m hungry!), secondly I didn’t think about the heat an oven produces. As it was about 30º Celcius (86º Fahrenheit) outside, baking bread-rolls might not have been the smartest thing to do. Continue reading
I’m on the train right now, heading back to Vienna from my hometown, with a bag of fresh vegetables from the farmers market sitting next to me and I’m thinking, this might be one of the last times in a long time I’ll be looking out of the window and enjoying the fields and vineyards, the little wineries and nice landscapes. Continue reading
Bangkok is different. It’s loud, it’s crowded, it’s smoggy, it’s awesome.
I probably wouldn’t want to live in Bangkok if I had family and kids and the smog definitely isn’t good for your health, the traffic never stops and the lights never go out. It’s a city full of life, food and people. Lots of people. Continue reading