By Katrin Ziegler Many young people in Germany actually think you should live in Berlin at least once in your life. I agree. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll like it. Don’t get me wrong. Many people actually do like it. It’s big, it’s comparably cheap, it’s individual, it’s artsy. Ya’ll already know thatContinue reading “How To Like Berlin”
By Katrin Ziegler I always thought I didn’t really care about places as long as they met certain basic requirements – not too small, reasonable transportation, considerable amount of bars and cultural events – until I moved to Berlin. The city and I have a difficult relationship. Maybe that is because returning to my home countryContinue reading “How To Survive Berlin”
Rich in history and culture, Carnivals are celebrated all over the world. Every year a unification of cultures from different continents culminate in Berlin for a four day celebration called Karnival der Kulturen. This year, the events begin on Friday May 18 at 4 pm and end Monday May 21 at 7 pm and, asContinue reading “Berlin Karnival der Kulturen 2018”
Even though our blog is primarily dedicated to the ladies, we’d like to think that we can do our part to inform men too. Seeing how we can’t seem to live with them or without them, the least we can do is provide some tips to make coexisting a bit easier. Especially when it comes to the world of dating apps.
By Serita Braxton This month marks a year and a half since I arrived in Berlin after a long flight from the United States. Having visited on four separate occasions, I decided this was the city I wanted to start a new life in despite not knowing the language, not having a job lined upContinue reading “A Visa Tale from a Berlin Expat”
By Katrin Ziegler I am not at all against a first date at a bar. It might not be a particularly creative choice, but it’s a comparably safe one. I do like creative and unusual ideas though, which is why I was intrigued by the idea of having a first date at a sauna. AfterContinue reading “The One In The Sauna”
Although the celebration of Valentine’s Day isn’t as grandiose in Germany as it may be in other countries, you’ll still find heart shaped candies and teddy bears at your local store. While some believe that true love means celebrating your relationship (or yourself) all year long, there is fun to be had by giving intoContinue reading “Berlinerin Valentine’s Day Ideas”