How I make postcards.

Some of you might know that I make my own postcards. Previously, I had been relying on a local drug store, and sometimes a small print shop, to print the photographs I wanted to used and then just slapped a postcard sticker on the back. Nowadays, I do that differently.

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I’ve been to Sweden. Twice.

Last year, I’ve been to Sweden and visited some friends during the summer, and then again during the winter. I’ve just now realized I never wrote about it until now. And I also want to wish you a happy new year.

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I tried out the EcoBus.

Last Thursday, I finally had the chance to try out the EcoBus, a new form of public transportation running in its beta phase since August 2018. It doesn’t have bus stops in the traditional sense, and you book your bus via app or website.

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The last days of #photokina2018.

I’m sorry that I’m a bit late on this post.

So the last few days have been quite busy. Wrapping up Photokina and delivering an awesome birthday surprise to a good friend of mine. It’s been awesome. Continue reading

What’s in my bag for #photokina2018

Photokina starts today. And this year, I’m going! I’m so extremely excited to go to Cologne! You can maybe guess it from all these exclamation marks I’m using! No kidding, I’m really really excited.

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Why you should make your own postcards.

The internet is a place where you can share pretty much anything you want. But sometimes, a travel email just doesn’t cut it. Actually, most times, it doesn’t. Postcards are a nice way to let people know that they are important to the sender.

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KDK (3/3)

On the last day in Berlin, a key got locked in the car, we met some friends and had some awesome food at Berlin’s Carnival of Cultures.

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