Monday, May 25, 2015


Spending one day by the sea - not wanting to leave.
Ten hours, threethousandfourhundredsixtyfive impressions. 
Of colors. Of nature. objects. people. thoughts. - Enjoying every little piece of it. Forgetting about the world. Focusing on the little things and literally noticing their brilliance. Amazed by the color of water - never seen the baltic sea this paradise-turquoise ever before. Fascinated. Walking by the harbour, having a constant smell of fish in my nose, watching boats swim by - what a magical place it is. Getting sunburned on the pale skin of my head where my hair parts from right to left - the only sunburn I got. Wondering if others would get such thing. It burns like hell. Back to reality.

Nienhagen // Warnemünde 

Boats are my favorite kind of transportation. Fish - any kind of it. Sun can never be too much.
Still Carrying some grains of the light fine sand in my bag - for good, I guess.
Good night dreamers.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Craving Colors.

Hello there!
Ever been to a city without having any expectations? Without really knowing how big the city is, what kind of architecture the place is built of and what the culture would be like?
Uhm yes! So, This is me visiting a place I had no imagination of and would probably not have considered going anytime soon on my own. 

For the first of May holiday, my parents fancied to go to the polish baltic sea coast, but as the day came closer the weather hadn't been predicted to be good, so we decided to go visit Szczecin - an umbrella on the beach wouldn't be so lovely, right?!

This pretty much sums up my city experience:
nice parcs/nature.
cute (very cute!) vs. fucked up buildings.

electricity cables.
clean and tidy.
red bricks.
kind, young people.
street art.

Dining Recommendation:  
Restauracja Christopher Columbus

 Traditional Polish food. - Can't remember what it was though. Delicious!

Outdoor Pub with a gigantic view over the Oder river- right on the promenade. The huge bar is outdoor as well, so cool! - Such a nice place for summer time!

A little insider tipp is that nice coffe shop Cafe Aficionado & Casa Turrant we went to. From the outside it doesn't look so sophisticated and more or less like a bistro, but they have agreat range of coffee and tea and home made delicious cake! The owner and waiter were very kind and sweet!

With all the unique and beautiful looking buildings and nice public venues, I gotta say the city really has its charme and it was a lovely little experience!