This is definitely an interesting shop that has everything from optical toys to functional office organisers to home accessories and gifts. What makes it different is that everything is made using . . .
I first "e-met" (past tense of e-meet) slow-traveller Sean when he wrote this post and connected it to my write-up on this beloved Berlin summer tradition. A few days ago I had tea and cakes with . . .
The first time I passed by Kahla's shop, I fell in love. Though their porcelain is slightly thicker than I expected, I adore their modern yet classy designs. Going to their store is a . . .
I've always wanted to check out the Christopher Street Day (CSD) Parade. When we arrived last year we weren't able to attend because we were busy trying to lock down and move into a flat. We made sure . . .
The hottest place for perfume in Berlin right now is Frau Tonis. I was so excited when our Willkommen in Berlin Design Group Leaders scheduled a visit to their beautiful store. We were welcomed warmly . . .
After having delicious Indonesian food in Amsterdam, I was happy to be introduced to an authentic Indonesian Restaurant here in Berlin by a fellow diplowife and friend from the Indonesian Embassy. I . . .
Have you ever dined in a completely pitch black room? I had the chance to do this in Dunkelrestaurant Berlin (dunkel means dark). For those who haven't tried this experience I highly recommend it . . .
The Ministry for State Security or the Stasi, the GDR's Secret Police is something that is always mentioned in any material about that time. I know about it from what I've seen and heard in a general . . .
For many people the oddly shaped, very modern Humboltbox offends their sense of sight because it is like a sore thumb sticking out in the middle of the very beautiful old buildings in Museum Insel. I . . .
I was surprised and happy to learn that there is a Filipino restaurant in Berlin. It's called Pan. Pan is Filipino for bread (similar to Spanish) but I am not sure if they called it pan meaning bread . . .