This city has taught me a lot of things: from making Smørrebrød to being myself as an independent person. I’ll miss its flatness, roasted onion sprinkles, beautiful harbors, relaxed people, beer, bicycle manner, work and life balance, and much more :) Continue reading Last Night in Copenhagen
Weekend Trip to Berlin, Germany (August 8, 2015 – August 9, 2015)
Part 1. How Hard It Was To Go To Berlin
Although I traveled Europe several times, I had never taken flight from one place to another within Europe. So, here is one mistake I made: I didn’t know how much time I needed to spare before the boarding time.
I met 10+ cows, 30+ sheeps, 50+ horses, and hundreds of slugs on my way home.
It was the very first day that I biked to work AND biked back home. The journey of coming home was so spontaneous in many ways.
To recap what happened in July (July 1, 2015 ~ July 26, 2015)
In short, nothing big or exciting happened in July, but it was the time for myself to reflect on many things.
One of the good hobbies I made in Denmark is writing postcards.
I can definitely say, it is a very rewarding hobby. It’s really not about getting replies back, but seeing my friends’ and family’s happiness when they receive one; although getting replies back can be even more rewarding ahaha ;) There are countless places that are beautifully captured in postcards and I really love to share them with my loved ones.