Europe · Munich · Silhouettekiss · Travel

The Secret Rathaus Glockenspiel

Ever wondered what lies behind and inside the famous clock tower of Munich? Well, here's a glimpse! A cafè/pub/restaurant lies within stone-grey walls, hidden away from the world that is watching the fairy stales spin atop the tower's clock. xoxo, Viktoria Jean

Adventure · Europe · Munich · Travel

Travel-diary: Asians in Munich

Touched down on the third largest city in Germany, the host city of the 1972 Summer Olympics, with the cutest city motto: München mag dich, which literally means Munich loves you. On the first day, we had lunch at Dachau Station, KZ-Gedenkstätte, in which our Döner (kebab) came in colossal proportions! Our stop where we touched down… Continue reading Travel-diary: Asians in Munich

Catharsis · Musing · My life

Once in a while I think about the planet

The person I am in 2013 pretty much agrees with the person I was in 2011, albeit less naive, less afraid to speak the hell up. 'Tis been an eventful week, too much to express in a short post >< And not worth remembering. Impressions of person(s) utterly destroyed hence the reluctance to see it… Continue reading Once in a while I think about the planet

#mood · Adventure · Bucket list · Musing · My life · Quote of the Day · Silhouettekiss

keep calm and stay sassy

The school of hard-knocks that is life clearly isn’t just any bubble-wrapped, sugar-coated candyland. When the going gets tough, chant this mantra: To me, being 22 & trying to keep your sanity in this crazy world is: 1. Realizing what a terrible person I am / had been 2. Knowing my flaws, recognizing the need… Continue reading keep calm and stay sassy

Quote of the Day · Silhouettekiss

154. Six Characters in Search of an Author

“But can’t you see that all the trouble lies here! In the words! All of us have a world full of things inside of us, each of us his own world full of things! And how can we understand one another, sir, if in the words I speak I put the meaning and the value… Continue reading 154. Six Characters in Search of an Author

Indulgences

153. Paris and Winterson

“She was a committed romantic and an anarcha-feminist. This was hard for her because it meant she couldn't blow up beautiful buildings. She knew the Eiffel Tower was a hideous symbol of phallic oppression but when ordered by her commander to detonate the lift so that no-one should unthinkingly scale an erection, her mind filled… Continue reading 153. Paris and Winterson