I’ve been abandoning this blog for a few weeks now. It’s not only because I’ve been occupied with daily life, I’ve also been feeling a little reserved lately. I enjoy sharing things that I find interesting in this blog but at the I also feel the need to keep things to myself. In the previous blog post, I mentioned how my skin reacted badly to … Continue reading A quick update.
On Monday this week, I went to an oral surgeon here in Heidelberg to get all of my wisdom teeth and one bad tooth extracted in one session. Crazy, right? For the record, I haven’t been to the dentist for over a decade because I was such a baby and scared of dentists. After the sudden pain I had in Hamburg some weeks ago, I … Continue reading I had FIVE teeth extracted in one day!
Just got back from a 6-day trip to Hamburg, a beautiful and thriving port city in nothern Germany. A quick summary of what I thought of the city; I absolutely love Hamburg! The city is often compared to the country’s capital, another nothern German city, Berlin. I’d say both are quite similar in vibes but differs when it comes to infrastructure and urban development. I … Continue reading Quick Hamburg trip update & a day at the beach 🙂
** This post, which was originally posted in another blog I previously had, is my take on Berlin during my first visit to the city back in 2013. Part 2 will be about my thoughts on Berlin upon revisiting the city three weeks ago. ** I can’t remember when was the first time I heard about Berlin but I know exactly when I started to … Continue reading Berlin, Berlin! *Part 1*
On Monday, we went to Hanover before leaving to Berlin later that evening. Hubby was there for work, I tagged along and did some quick sight-seeing during the day. Hanover (German: Hannover), the capital city of the state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) is approximately 3 hours train ride from Heidelberg. The city is probably most well-known for hosting the annual computer and IT trade fair, … Continue reading Day Trip: Hanover
Now that it seems clear that we’re going to settle in Germany for at least the next one year, I’ve decided to add another category called Life in Germany to document or share my experience living here as a non EU-citizen. After some encounters with fellow ‘aliens’ (‘Aliens Office’ or Ausländeramt is responsible for your Residence Permit application), I thought that it would be interesting … Continue reading Day trip: Idar-Oberstein & Flugaustellung P. Junior, Hermeskeil