Glashagen – Back To Nature

Since the internet is swamped with people, who needs to show how happy they are all the time, and how down to earth they are (while taking a sip from their over-priced-Starbucks-coffee-to-go-cup), finding peace in nature and meditations, I thought, there must be people who will love it in Glashagen. Glashagen is not far from […]

Rostocker Artnight in the Old Town

On May, 25th the Rostocker Artnight took place in the Old Town  (by klicking on the link you find recent acitvities and events in the Old Town) where you could walk along the small cobblestoned streets and also into the Nikolai-and Petrichurch to look at new and old art from various local artists. The blue […]

The exhausting life of a student

When you travel to a new city and you are maybe a student yourself, it is always interesting to know how the daily life of students in the city you visit is. Of course, you can even use this knowledge to copy their behavior and feel like a local yourself and maybe get the chance […]

Father’s day — a boozy holiday

When you ask Germans why most of them have a day off on May 10th a lot of them will tell you that it is because of father’s day. But why should we get a free day just because of father’s day? Wasn’t there something else? Maybe something with an ascension? Oh yeah, the Ascension […]