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Second Stop- Berlin





Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore

Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore

Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore
Germany, berlin, photography, scenery, architecture, travel, travel diary, singapore


Berlin is another city that it will take me quite a while to forget. Not only because I got my Nikon vintage camera in the flea market there, Ritter sport chocolate is only 0.85 Euro per piece (yes, the normal square size we see everywhere else selling at much higher prices) and eating enormous pork knuckle, but just the overall vibrance of the city. Berlin itself its really big, and unlike many other touristic attraction where everything is congregated in a small town area, Berlin is really spacious with really a lot of things to do beside sight seeing. 

Although it is spacious, it is crowded with people too, not to the extend of like trying to squeeze on the MRT during peak hour in Singapore, but just that it is nice to see many people walking around on the streets and in the park, unlike some other european countries or like Australia, the area is so big that you hardly meet anyone on the street. 

Thus, I really like Berlin, period. 


On the side note, I officially declared that winter is over, and SPRING IS HERE!

Like the minute we came back from Eastern Europe, back to Tilburg, we were greeted with bright bright sunshine. It is very obvious that everyone has shed a layer, everyone is out on the street, under the sun, shades on, people lazing on the grass in school, roadside cafes are opening up, flowers blooming on every road side, and the list goes on. Temperature can be as high as of 20 degree Celsius in the day. No kid, its only early March. Crazy crazy weather.  Like compare to eastern europe, which is all cold and foggy which makes people rather gloomy. Whereas back in Tilburg, everything is so bright, it instantly brightens up your day too. I feel that my mood is really solely dependent on the weather.

Spring is here. 

I am kind of sad that winter is gone, cause its not a very common thing for us people living in Singapore. But I am glad also, that its time to keep my Adidas coat, and time to get back on my fashion blog. :P