I am not much for bike riding anymore. During my school time, I’d bike everywhere. But since then, my commute has always been public transport based. And even though Germany is often described as bike-friendly, I never really felt safe biking. Until I went to Beijing.
Besides the Forbidden City, there is plenty more to see and do in Beijing. One of my favourite historic sites is the Temple of Heaven, a sprawling park with beautiful historic buildings and the aforementioned temple.
One of the must do’s on everyone’s Beijing lists surely is the Forbidden City. Once politically the heart of China, it now sits at the geographical heart of the Chinese capital.
As part of my “oh no I’m an adult now” spending spree, I bought some luggage to schlepp my stuff from A to B. After a lot of to and fro, I ended up with two pieces from Horizn Studios.
It’s been a little quiet on here. The explanation is simple: China happened. Between the crappy internet connection, the great firewall and work taking up all of my time, I decided to postpone any blogging to when I was back to Germany. So now that I am back, I have a massive backlog of posts. […]
I landed in Beijing on Sunday. It’s now Friday, my first week is almost over, and I feel like I’ve entered a new dimension of reality.
Peggy Porschen Cakes in London is a pile of pastels and flowers, serving heavenly creations of sugar and fruits. If you ever feel that you are in need of some sweetness, maybe head on over.
I love to travel and I like to think I know a little about travelling in general. And because I’ve just returned from a trip to Hong Kong and Macau (more on that later) I’d like to share a few tips for travelling with you.