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It’s better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.

Beautiful Chaos In Marrakech

Next check: Marrakech 2018 is doing good to me, I’ve already ticked off three things of my list for this year in such a short time and now I can also check the next one: Marrakech! Morocco is a different world even though it’s chaotic as Asia, but this country is chaotic in a different way: It’s a chaotic chaos while in Asia it’s a decent chaos… I really can’t describe this country otherwise. I thought I would get along with the Moroccan chaos because I know it from my home country but I did feel kind of uneasy sometimes. The people there are not very open at the first glance in my opinion but once you break the ice, they are super friendly, helpful and even funny. Overwhelming Impressions with a beautiful sunset and orange juice The first day was full of acoustic and visual impressions, it was very overwhelming. The big market place and heart of Marrakech Jemaa El Fna was the first place we visited after we arrived. It’s a vibrant place …

Mini Paris In Prague

Finally I was in Prague! You can’t believe how long it took me to find someone to get there – the last time I went or trying to get there, one of my friends forgot his passport so we had to go back to Germany, because we didn’t want to leave him alone. This time we were only two girls, our original plan was to take the train to Prague, but the train was totally overcrowded and due to the weather conditions the train didn’t go any further after we’ve almost reached half the distance and we were stuck somewhere in nowhere and didn’t know what’s happening next. After standing two hours in the cold and windy weather, we decided to take a taxi to Prague- I’ve never taken a taxi to another country but it was quite a funny trip because the taxi driver was a young man who answered to any question we have asked them. We stayed in a hostel called MOSAIC House- I really recommend this hostel because it’s not to …

Enjoying Myself Again In Verona

I needed a break once again from Munich, somehow I didn’t feel very motivated and organised in May, so my trip to Verona was just the perfect reason to escape the bad weather and refuel my energy! I stayed at an AirBnB apartment with the nicest hosts I ever had! Michela and Fabio, they welcomed me very nicely and I immediately felt like I was at home but at the same time, I also felt like I was in vacation. I explored Verona all by myself the first two days, I just enjoyed the moment and I didn’t even listen to music while I was walking through the streets of Verona. I wanted to suck in the Italian atmosphere, which is full of joy and relaxation for me. The music, the colorful houses, the food – everything gave me so much energy and I felt so happy just to be there. I walked from sightseeing to sightseeing, I went from Castelvecchio to Piazza Bra to la Casa di Giulietta. Then I walked around to Ponte Pietra …

The Tulip Paradise in Keukenhof

Every Easter I travel with my family somewhere and this year my mother wanted to see the tulips in Keukenhof in the Netherlands. The weather was really good with us and we had a lot of sunshine when we visited Keukenhof. It was super crowded because of Easter and I’ve never seen so many kind of tulips. This place was huge and also had two or three garden houses with orchids and probably other flowers. We were just walking by all those flowers because there were so many, even though they were so beautiful. I wouldn’t recommend you to go there on Holidays because it is super packed and if you want to take nice photos you have to wait for ages until it’s ‘less crowded’ so you can take a photo without 50 people photobombing it. The next day we went to Amsterdam to see the city and I finally had my bubble tea which I was craving for some time already. I’ve already seen Amsterdam so the only thing I wanted to do …

Gourmet Burger Kitchen (Dublin)

I love burgers and Dublin had a ton of choices to try! Originally I wanted to go to Bunsen with my friend but it was so crowded, that we decided to go to GBK. The service was super nice and I liked the design of the restaurant itself.If you order, you have to go to the cashier and you pay your food immediately, which is in my opinion more time saving for those who work there and also for the customers, because then we don’t need to wait for them until they give us the bill. The food came fast, considering how crowded it was. The burger was delicious and the bun wasn’t too dry, which is sometimes the case in restaurants. I also liked the fries but you can’t do much wrong with fries, right? What are your favorite food spots in Dublin?

Queen Of Tarts ( Dublin )

Queen Of Tarts really deserve its name. It is a small café located in the Dame Street, they also have a bigger café around the corner but I decided to go to the smaller one ( also because I didn’t know they had a bigger one around the corner ). It is a cozy café with a delicious smell of baked cakes in the air. They have a wide range of breakfast, lunch and brunch, I decided to try the Smoked Bacon and Leek Potato Cakes with poached eggs and roasted cherry tomatoes. The service is really friendly and fast and a lot of people came and went into that sweet café. My breakfast tasted delicious and even though I was full, I still had to try one of those tarts and I am glad that I did! The display of all the sweet things made the choice really hard but in the end I decided to have the chocolate, pear and almond tart and I wished, I could eat this forever when I tasted …

A Short Escape To Dublin

After two weeks of being back in Germany I knew I had to travel soon again so I went to visit my friend from childhood in Dublin. We haven’t seen each other for more than six months and I was so happy to see her. She has always wanted to go living abroad and she finally did it. I was just staying there over the weekend and I made it to see everything I wanted to see in Dublin. Dublin is a small city filled with bars and burger restaurants ( you know I love burgers ). The first night when I arrived we went out to have some burgers at Gourmet Burger Kitchen. I had a super long list of what to eat where in Dublin so it was justified to start eating right away when I arrived! The next day my friend took me to Howth and the weather was just perfect for that trip to the beach! At first I didn’t want to go because I thought I wouldn’t be able to …