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Although its just a short 6-hours layover in Heidelberg, I have truly fall in love with her already.





Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture
Heidelberg, travel blog, blogger, europe, photography, singapore, scenery, architecture


Maybe its because we are always drawn into this idea of the grass is always greener on the other side, but after living almost all my life in big cities, I really have developed the liking for the small cities now, like I have said for the billionth time. 

Going to Heidelberg after Frankfurt give me the reminiscing time that I visit Busan after Seoul last summer. Its just a breath of fresh air, it feels. If small towns and cities have not lure me in enough, we even experienced the best weather so far since we reached Europe six weeks ago, its like the cherry on top. Yes, it had been 6 weeks already. Clear blue sky, bright sun rays, beautiful castle, what else to ask for. Oh, and theres one of the oldest and prettiest university in German. 

I guess we were really in luck that day, beside the rare clear blue sky, we even met this super kind-hearted grandpa who brought us from the train station all the way to the top of the mountain where the castle is, and gave us a private tour of the castle. Cos' he was on his way to his friends house which is located on the mountain right next to the castle!! He was nice enough to teach us how to take the bus, where to take the bus, where to see and take photos of all the most beautiful views, and he knows how to speak a little of Mandarin, Korean and Japanese. 

In Heidelberg Castle, he was our knight in shinning armour. 
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