Category: NEW

On happiness, beauty and the million ways in which travel can inspire you.

** This is me publishing an old draft (2018) that never saw the light of day, and that I think we all need right now in these crazy times! Stay strong everybody ** It’s easy to feel down, constricted in your own surroundings, unable… Continue Reading “On happiness, beauty and the million ways in which travel can inspire you.”

TRAINS & REALITY.

Have you ever stopped to wonder what happens to the trains you do not take? Where do all those people go and do they eventually reach what they were looking for? What if trains were not simply means of travel taking you from one… Continue Reading “TRAINS & REALITY.”

GUY FAWKES NIGHT: A BRITISH CELEBRATION OF CIVIL UNREST

Who is the guy and why is there fire all over the place? British culture will explain.

THE BIG NOTHING: October un-appreciation club

  “Life is such an endless sum of beginnings and ends, consecutive events which mean all and nothing at the same time, this huge, massive, imperative big nothing. Because we breathe the same air and we eat the same things and we live the… Continue Reading “THE BIG NOTHING: October un-appreciation club”

“So you do Architecture?”

This week I found a really cool event to go to at BIRD, a nice little building which somehow is a restaurant and a pub and a club and a concert venue all at once despite any rule of logic. The event was called… Continue Reading ““So you do Architecture?””

THE LOBSTER

In the past two weeks I spent as an official resident in Rotterdam, I have come to learn a few things about the beautiful thing that is the dutch population: They love their bicycles more than a child –  they have decorations, different colours,… Continue Reading “THE LOBSTER”

FIRST DAYS

First days are the best days and the worst days at the same time. Everything is shiny and new, an adventure to dive into and a whole new world to explore. It can also be a bit scary, relating to the previous post, to… Continue Reading “FIRST DAYS”

Point of no return

They say that change is scary, like being used to wearing an old cosy jumper for it to suddenly rip, forcing you out of it and into a new one. We as human beings sometimes tend to avoid it, being so comfortable in our… Continue Reading “Point of no return”