Archive for November, 2014

Don’t want to be like the dust that settles. Last winter I decided to travel all over Europe with some friends. Excitedly, I began with an excel sheet. My budget. Train/flight connections. Accommodations. And Spain, Germany, and Italy. Maybe Austria for Christmas. And New Year’s in Paris. I could easily do that in ten days. […]

If you have been wondering lately why you constantly continue seeing this Santa-like looking dude everywhere – this blog will hopefully enlighten you about this mysterious man. So basically who/what is Sinterklaas? When one says «Sinterklaas», then what is meant is either: a much-loved celebration on the 5th of December or Saint Nicholas – a […]

“We threw our hearts into the sea, forgot all of our memories” This September I was practically homeless. I had been living in Rotterdam South last year which didn’t just make the commute to the university super long, it basically also killed any possibility of a social life. I mean, it’s bad enough I don’t […]

My travels have taken me to many places, and one of my favorite things to experience abroad is food. Inspired by the market halls of Barcelona and Stockholm (Two markets I love BTW), the Dutch have created the epicenter of food culture in the heart of Rotterdam. The Markthal opened its doors just last month […]

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