International Women’s Day 

Since I was a child people around me always made me feel nice and important on 8th of March. I always got a flower, cake, chocolate anything to say thank you. That was just normal. I didn’t really understand why but all this great man in my life they said because I worth it. MyContinue reading “International Women’s Day “

The Danube Swabians and The Fasching – Carneval time!

I am about to tell you some tradition. This traditions where’s my roots from. The Danube Swabians ( aka Danube Germans, in German Dounaushwaben ) is the name of the language group who has been living in Hungary does speak German, Swabian. The most majority of us came from Bavaria, Swabia and Wurttemberg. The significantContinue reading “The Danube Swabians and The Fasching – Carneval time!”

It’s not just me. It’s the city of Edinburgh

I had a customer tonight. A girl from Toronto, currently living in London and teaching in primary school. Before she left, she asked me: Are you walking in Edinburgh’s streets every day to get to work? I was thinking, there we go, what’s wrong with these streets?! So I replied, yes I do. Every day.Continue reading “It’s not just me. It’s the city of Edinburgh”

Pitlochry and The Enchanted Forest 

Pitlochry for me is the cutest and the most Scottish little town in Perthshire. It’s between Perth and Inverness, easy access by train from Edinburgh or Glasgow. When you arrive you instantly get this ‘wow this is Scotland! ‘ feeling. Lots of small shops, coffee houses, pubs all with pure Scottish interior. Most people comingContinue reading “Pitlochry and The Enchanted Forest “

A day in Haarlem, Holland

Haarlem is a very cute Dutch city. It’s 20 min away to north from Amsterdam by train. I went there only for a day to see my very good friend, Chantal. When we arrived, I already felt in love this place. As is in Holland, canals and bridges slice the city through. There’s a veryContinue reading “A day in Haarlem, Holland”