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Выйти замуж в Германии: бюрократическая сторона

By | March 13th, 2019|

В 2018 году, мой молодой человек и я поженились в Берлине. Так как у меня Российское гражданство, мне нужно было подготовить n-ное количество документов, переведенных на немецкий для подачи в загс и на получение разрешения на заключение брака. Честно говоря, это не самый простой и быстрый процесс, отчасти потому что в интернете я не нашла полного и подробного описания [...]

Tunisia during off-season: Sidi Bou Said and Carthage

By | February 21st, 2019|

Sidi Bou Said From the place we stayed in La Marsa, Tunisia, we walked to Sidi Bou Said. The visit to this dreamy white-blue city with a sea view filled my heart with joy. After being there, I don’t need to go to the famous Santorini anymore. You will not miss the main shopping street, Rue Habib Thameur. [...]

Tunisia during off-season: Djerba

By | February 20th, 2019|

We booked our Tunisian holidays in order to get rid of my „rest-vacation-days“ from the last year. The destination has been chosen according to the flight time (not longer than 4 hours from Berlin and from Paris as we were visiting a friend the weekend before the planned departure), ticket costs, temperatures higher than in Berlin and vague remarks [...]

San Blas paradise

By | February 2nd, 2019|

One of the reasons why we flew to Columbia over Panama was that eight years ago on his world trip Matthias spent some wonderful time on the San Blas islands and since we started travelling together, he wanted to show me this paradise on Earth. About San Blas Actually, the modern name of San Blas is Guna [...]

What to do in and around Panama City

By | January 24th, 2019|

We spent three nights in Panama City and in my opinion, it is sufficient to get to know the city and explore its surroundings. Panama la Vieja Panama’s capital and largest city was founded in 1519, by Spanish conquistador Pedro Arias Dávila to serve as the starting point for expeditions to the Inca in Peru. Unfortunately, 150 [...]

Tokyo: making the best out of one-week business trip

By | November 24th, 2018|

I was lucky to have a business trip to such a faraway and unique country as Japan. Of course, every country is unique in its own was, but for whatever reasons Japan stands out in my mind. I was anticipating this trip since one year and finally it happened. Very often, when you are waiting for something so long, [...]

A weekend trip to Stockholm

By | November 13th, 2018|

…or STHLM, you will see this abbreviation frequently on the advertisement posters in the metro or buses. We were lucky to visit Stockholm in golden autumn. The second weekend in October this year was sunny and inviting for a long city stroll. In my opinion, Stockholm was a perfect idea for a weekend trip (under condition that you don’t [...]

Iceland: before you go

By | October 7th, 2018|

When you are planning your Iceland trip, your first concern probably would be the costs as Iceland considered a very expensive country. Indeed, even a short vacation in Iceland can be pretty costly. However even there you can find options to travel on relatively low budget. For that, prepare yourself and do research in advance: in the summer months, [...]

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