Now for a small interlude: Various drawings from various trips, recent or not.
Instead of original content today we feature an article by Kurt Tucholsky. The original version can be found at Projekt Gutenberg. Tucholsky, born in 1890, was a critic, novelist and journalist in the Weimar Republic, contributing to the infamous Weltbühne magazine, writing both acclaimed love stories and some of the leading political commentary of the […]
What a better way to celebrate a second anniversary in Kraków than by arriving back to the city through the same route that took me before? Münster-to-Krakow can be done many times, and it has been my pleasure to reassure that you do not necessarily need 9 weeks for that. Although to be fair, 9 […]
Where to next? It’s not a question that would concern me on a daily basis, but everybody keeps asking. Usually I reply by explaining my recent travelling history: Each year the interval between starting to plan a trip and actually departing has become ever shorter. If it’s linear, by 2020 I’m probably going to start […]
Yeah, that’s one thing I learnt in the States. Let’s get through its first week’s lessons. The passport controls were nothing special. I mean, I was checked like, one time in Warsaw, three times in Zurich, and nothing less than 6 times in Los Angeles (further on, LA). But all of them were routine. First […]