I cried 3 times during this day. I don’t remember when for the last time something worked out so much better than I would ever expected!
Already… 62 cars full of things came to our flat in Berlin in last months. And I dare to ask you for more.
Thousands of hands to help, thousands of volunteers in Berlin are spending their free time to support the newcomers. And there is still thousands of things to be done! And you can also help.
I’m not afraid of differences, but I understand such a fear. But I am afraid of hate. Will you help me to show Polish (and not only Polish) empathy?
Because there is nothing I believe more in than the people – I try to have them around as intensively as possible. So our New Year’s Eve party lasted his for 7 days and hosted around 100 people. There was a political movie from Cameroon in our home-made cinema, 2 wheel-chair dancers and hell a Read More
It’s a beautiful and very important day to be in Berlin. Exactly 25 years ago the Wall fell and today 8,000 light balloons are showing the people the way how the Wall was crossing Berlin: from Bornholmer Str, to Mauerpark, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie.
All the time people around, telling you what to do, eating up your chocolate?? Awful this living with other people ;)
As a student you live with parents, in the students’ dorm or in the shared flat. Then, as a couple or fresh married couple – it also happens to live with friends (especially here: in Germany). But once the girl become pregnant – fast fast fast – everybody is moving in to their own place. Read More
Two generations have always separated us; today, 600km do too. As any grandmother would do, Wiesia came to visit her granddaughter and two trilingual baby great-granddaughters in the German capital for a weekend, to celebrate her 80th birthday.
This is a new experience: travelling without roaming! Why? Because I was travelling thought the country… I’m living in. But not through „my“ country. Through the country, where my husband and my kids were born.
Travel trade fairs, festivals, meetings with travellers – for us are an absolutely great opportunity to 1. move our asses outside of Berlin (every excuse is good!) and to 2. visit new places! Yes, shame of us that we have visited tiny villages of Guatemala and have never been before to Wrocław…
Soon, already in two weeks the exhibition of our pictures from the Central America trip will start to hang in the shop Globetrotter, in Berlin. For the whole March everybody can come and watch them and at the end, on 26th March evening, we will have a big slide-show with stories. Today we made a Read More
Big trips are in our minds but what we can do right now in Berlin – is making even small, weekend trips. Let’s play in discovering our own city like we would be far far away.
And now it’s the time for Armenia! And on the border we are meeting another white car, with Polish number plate and non-Germans living in Berlin. So first Armenian night… in the monastery we will spend together.