Saturday, 29 July 2017

12 hours in Nuremberg ♥

This is called weissgerbergasse and it is a traditional old German street. I always like seeing things from the olden days because it makes me wonder what life was like. Surprisingly it wasn't crowded so I had plenty of space to snap some selfies. 

I decided to try a German bretzel with salt. I flicked a lot of the salt off because the taste was too strong, but it was a nice cheap snack at €0.55
This is a fountain called "Schonner Brunnen" and it reminds me of the shrines they have in Thailand. 

Rostbratwurst mit sauerkraut...or sausages with cabbage as we would call it in England. Wow German food is extremely heavy, I genuinely struggled to stomach all of those sausages. 

Posing by the way of human rights. It is a collection of pillars which have the universal declaration of human rights inscribed on each pillar.

Nuremberg is my favourite German city so far without a doubt. It was like the German version of Luxembourg. Everything was able to be viewed within a day because it is compact. Most of the attractions are within walking distance, and some are even clustered together. It was more than worth the £20 return flight.

Happy Travels 


Sunday, 9 July 2017

Hamburg Diary ♥

                   Saturday 8th July 2017 
i'm on the coach on my way to the airport. There are protests in Hamburg so I'm a little bit scared. What if my flight gets cancelled? Will I be safe out there?
i'm at the port of Hamburg eating "fischbrotchen", which is apparently a popular snack in Hamburg. All my photos are coming out hideous due to cloudy weather and lack of bottom eyeliner. Anyway I ordered a prawn sandwich which was difficult to eat. Imagine trying to eat that on a date. The bloody prawns were bursting out. Then there is the infamous German stare haha. They stare at everyone and everything. But they stare more when you are a tourist. Anyway my time here is limited I need to go and explore. 
i'm at the airport now. I tried to go in to ST. Nikolai's memorial church/museum. It was closed because of the G20 protests. My last chance was to try and go to the warehouse district and wander around the red canals. This failed because the riot police had blocked the entrance, and I somehow ended up in the middle of the protest. I sort of felt scared but a hint of excitement at the same time. I followed the protest for a while and then went back to the airport. 

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Tuesday, 4 July 2017

10 Random Confessions ♥

Photo: Barcelona, Spain- August 2014

1. During my second trip to Copenhagen, I did not buy a train ticket on the way to the airport. 

2. I used to deliberately pee in the swimming pool when I was a child.

3. I don't know how to take the shell off I don't eat them at restaurants. 

4. The first thing I do every morning is search for cheap flights.

5. I am not the biggest fan of American tourists.

6. I rarely shave my legs during the winter. 

7. I have been contemplating going commando during summer. 

8. I have a thing for ginger guys.

9. I have no shame in letting out silent farts in public. 

10. I once "accidentally" elbowed the hairdresser who kept burning me while she was straightening my hair. 

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