I think Bernd Ulrich made a interesting input in the, not very loud, German discussion Prostitution in the magazine ZEIT the other day. I was lacking this angle in the Spiegel special this spring. In case you did not read it with your breakfast you have a second chance here.
This morning I was biking through the city. I left my apartment 7.55 am and the weather was fine. I was wearing my running pants, a thick wool cardigan and my waxed male coat. When I left my morning meeting at 9am it was raining. Not pouring, but enough that my bike was soaked andI would be too since I … Read More
Bread Exchange seem to be in good company in the new Cherry Bombe magazine. I can not wait to see the issue! In stores next week.
It is almost 2 month ago since I traded with Shantanu, who is running the trading project “Pixel Trade”. He has been living without money for 16 month now, trading his photography work against a bed, a plane ride or dinner on the table. He is back in Berlin this weekend, staying at my flat, and today he uploaded his … Read More
Last night the first German Aesop store opened in Berlin. I have been loving their products since I found the Ginger Flight Therapy (together with the B triple C gel a saver for overseas flights) at Liberties years ago. And, thanks to Ellie Kulas from Melbourne, Aesop has also been supporting the bread exchange through trades since 2010. For the opening … Read More
It took me 10 years in Germany before I dared to take part in the Octoberfest, also called Wiesn. I love to travel to southern Germany (amazing food culture – way broader than beer and sausage). The reason why I didn’t go was actually that I am not too found of beer. Why I ended up going after all is … Read More
Angelika Taschen has, together with Alexa von Heyden, put together a very nice selection of Berlin addresses that are not to be missed when visiting our city. That they also decided to put The Bread Exchange – even though I don’t even have an address to share – flattered me. On the other hand, I guess the Bread Exchange is … Read More
Metohi Kindelis is a almost 400 year old farm which is today turned into 3 very private apartments. Every apartment has its own secret garden with pool and they is absolutely completely private. There are different advantages in every apartment so it all depends on your needs and likings. I choose to stay in the one with the wildest garden since … Read More
In the latest issue of the German Harper’s Bazaar they asked me for my favorite hide away. I answered Metohi Kindelis on Crete. Since the article is not really an article, rather a note, and on top of that it is in German, the upcoming days I thought I give you some pictures from this just stunning place. The House … Read More
You know how it is easy to feel a bit torn when someone asks you to share your ABSOLUTE favorite hide away. You know that it might be over with the privacy. You always make sure to share it with the right people. The ones you would not mind meeting on your own journey, and the ones that really are able … Read More