Above: The Road to Kharkhorin
Taken while traveling in Mongolia. October 2010.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Past Two Months in Pictures

So I’ve been living and studying in Berlin for a little over three months now and I thought it was time for an update. In the last two months I’ve gotten to know the city a lot better, seen more of its galleries, museums, concert halls, bars, nightclubs etc. with many new people who have formed my semester. It’s hard to write about everything as a whole, so I’m just going to put up some pictures of some of the main events which have taken place in my life in the last two months.

First, a visit from my French host-siblings Alex, who is currently studying in Hamburg, and Laura, who hailed from the far lands of Auvergne, on Halloween/All Saints' Day weekend

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Reunited with my host-siblings once again, this time in Berlin

The first part of our Halloween

Later that evening...

Exploring the Tacheles Art House with Laura

Somehow typical Berlin

We were really just posing

This picture was taken by the only passer-by in Berlin
who knew how to take a picture

Laura leaning on the largest stretch of what is left of the Berlin wall

Brunch with the gang after a fun night out

"How Many People
Fit In This Photo Booth"
is a game we like to play
quite often in Berlin.

And some more:

My friend Felix at the piano

A weekend in Salzburg with Fritz

Downtown Salzburg

Beer, meat & taters at the Augustiner Bräu Kloster Mülln in Salzburg.
The place is so popular people (including us) waited in front of the
door before it opened.

A walk through the Mirabellgarten before climbing up the Kapuzinerberg

My first Glühwein (mulled wine) of the year!

Fabian, Juliette and Nelson before a crazy night out

Like before - Fabian + Gabriel

"Juliette what are we going to eat what are we going to eat???"

Gus connecting people in a cafe in Kreuzberg

Alex comes to Berlin part II
Glühwein at the Christmas Market in front of the Red City Hall

And as always, the LINK most of my photos.

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