Wicked Winterfrost

Yes, I Like Jumping Photos – Prague Is Becoming Venice

Posted in Czech, Germany: Berlin by talikas on July 9, 2009

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After Evelyn and Egert came to meet me in the airport, we all plunged straight into the hectic (night)life of Berlin. My thoughts were still wondering somewhere in Asia, and thanks to the jetlag I must have looked like an absentminded zombie, but my body was dancing all night long in some crazy music festival, swimming in Berlin parks, eating too many dürüm kebabs, meeting old and new friends and enjoying the atmosphere of the greatest bohemian city in Europe. We, ourselves, felt quite bohemian, too, living (illegally) in a huge empty colorful artist-squat in the middle of the city (on the photo), waking up daily at 3 pm, chilling with the cool techno-music-arty crowd. Joel and Hanna, my favorite techno-DJ-circus-caravanpark-relatives, made us feel like at home and the Arne-Karin-Mou combo was great to hang out with (looking forward to the romantic dinner in restaurant Volga :P).

The week in Berlin just flew away, disappeared into the hot sunshine and dark gloomy nights, and now we are… already in Prague, getting to know the Czech pop culture (thanks, Tomas, yesterday was quite enlightening, especially the middle-aged ladies dancing to the 70es Czech pop-music and half-naked men swimming-dancing on the floor), and randomly looking at the map of Europe to decide where to go next.

 

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    • talikas said, on July 21, 2009 at 7:26 am

      kutset laulasmaale olen ma juba ammu oodanud… :)

  1. Shura said, on July 20, 2009 at 8:52 pm

    I think I want your life a little bit.

  2. talikas said, on July 21, 2009 at 7:28 am

    you mean sleeping in tents in random bushes in poland and eating noodle soup almost every day? :P i want your currryyyy…..

  3. Shura said, on July 25, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    Maybe not the noodle soup. Definitely the camping. We’re going when I come to Estonia. If it isn’t snowing.

  4. talikas said, on July 25, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    yes yes yes, please come. we can even camp in the snow :)


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