Tag Archives: germany
March 17, 2013

Tasting Berlin: A New Urban Adventures Food Tour

Recently I was privy to a sneak peak of Urban Adventures’ new food tour in Berlin. From food to art to culture, Berlin is diverse and surprising in its taste. Our guide, a Berliner for life, was ready to offer bites of little-known information and samples of some of the tastiest food in Kreuzberg: one of the […]

March 17, 2013

Out & About in Berlin: Photography Workshop

Katrina James is an Australian documentary and travel photographer living in Berlin. She also provides photography workshops and mentoring sessions just like the one a few of us bloggers enjoyed last weekend.  Learn how to translate what you see into a really great photograph; read more about Katrina’s sessions here. Our photography workshop started off warm […]

March 12, 2013

A first time for everything: Plus Berlin Hostels & Hotel Review

There is a first time for everything. While I’m an experienced traveler, what a lot of people don’t know is that I am moreso an experienced business traveler. I have toted my cameras all over the world and have never really reflected my work in my blogging or photography but the reality is, for the last […]

September 5, 2011

Me, My Dad & My Hawkeye ♥

This tried & true Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera was given to me by my Brother who acquired it somehow from our Dad. Dad picked it up in the late 1950’s as a young, Dutch immigrant guy living & farming in Southern Alberta. Seeing that I love this camera so much and tote it around faithfully […]

October 31, 2010

I am Love. In Berlin.

I’ve just arrived in Berlin for the largest, most popular international education industry event of the year: The ICEF Berlin Workshop. While it’s a super-intensive event, I usually find time to snap a few pictures. I caught this one just around the corner from the Crowne Plaza hotel in the city centre.

May 29, 2010

Another Place & Time: Berlin Laundry

Berlin 2009 Yes, I do my own laundry on business trips.

November 4, 2009

Quick Hotel Review

I thought I would post a few quick thoughts on the hotels I stayed in recently. Hotels in Europe can be quite expensive and vary greatly in quality and service. Note that the Canadian dollar prices have been calculated on Oanda using the daily exchange rates plus the typical credit card rate of +2%. Which […]