Exploring the city with one of my nearest and dearest.
Pasta by La Tua Pasta.
My lunch yesterday
Mon déjeuner du midi hier
des dates fraiches
This morning at 8 I woke up and went to the Bosphorus with my good friend Emrah
Ce matin je me suis reveillée à 8h pour aller petit-déjeuner avec mon cher ami Emrah
I scanned these photos yesterday and relived some of my moments in India. Do you have photos like this that make you want to go back in time to a special place or moment?
Berlin is so sleepy under the snow. After going out the front door the only sounds I heard were the distant tugging noises of the sledges sliding through the snow and the crunch of newly fallen snow under the slowly driving cars.
When I was 16 I lived in Berlin for a year. I was lucky to be given this chance and I now speak German and know the culture well. Berlin is such a diverse place where lots of things are going on. What really attracts me to Berlin the most is the organic movement. Compared to the French, they are very very advanced in all that is organic and it’s still affordable. What’s more, their coffee is similar to Melbourne coffee. Wonderful lattés, and they know how to do the milk (heat it and froth it for the perfect latté! om nom nom). I was thrilled to get back.
If you want a great coffee in Berlin try The Barn.
Here are some photos of my first day in Berlin. Enjoy!
I feel very at home in India, and I am charmed by the hustle and bustle, bright colours and warm faces.
Here are a few photos of my first trip in India, just because I am feeling a little nostalgic.
Can you keep a secret? I’ve already been looking at flights back to India, and I have only been back two weeks…. shhhhhh
Day 10 in Pondicherry J bought me a beautiful beautiful antique box. It has so many little compartments inside for my special jewelry. We bought it off the side of a road from a lovely man. You can see below the stall and the man that sold it to us. He was just so happy and it made me think about all the people that earn so much more than him but are less grateful. This man sent out rays of sunshine to all that spoke with him.
The second highlight of this particular day was the dog family we came across in the street. I wanted to take them home with me. Just look at those faces.
The man you can see below is a milkman. They ride around Pondicherry with little tanks of milk attached to their bikes. It’s so charming.