Tag: germany

Festival of Lights

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Berlin. Capital of Germany, but that does not seem to belong to this country. Cosmopolitan, tolerant, an intense mixture of races. Certain neighborhoods take you to Turkey. In others, the Vietnamese and Indian restaurants contribute to an aromatic, gustatory and different experience. English, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, countless languages ​​and dialects are…

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Home, sweet home!

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Home, sweet home! What does a place need to have, so that you can call it home? Family? Friends? The feeling of being loved? Infrastructure? Safety? A stable job? A good educational system? All of them together? The answers are really personal and should not be judged. Living abroad sometimes is seen with glamorization glasses…

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It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It)

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After some good years, I am grateful for the visit of Pedro and Gabriela, longtime friends, studies and nights in Curitiba, who along with Irem and a few doses of Mexicana (an alcoholic and spicy shot) made me enter the night of Berlin on a Thursday. The initial plan was to find someone to host…

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GREAT again

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Life is full of brilliant minds, coincidences and inspirations. After visiting my sister, it was time to leave Karlsruhe (Germany) to a city located by the Lake Constance, or Bodensee in German. The third biggest lake of Europe has its borders on the German, Swiss and Austrian sides. The rules of hitchhiking normally don’t fail…

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SAXON SWITZERLAND

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Once I heard that people should try something new at least once a year, but I have to say I disagree. It has to be way more often than that. New experiences, feelings, tastes, it doesn’t really matter what. The idea is shaking a little bit the routine, and expand our vision and mindset. Maybe…

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