The Romanians

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Do you like our music?

We are Romanian street musicians, travelling around Europe with our music. Do you like it, by the way? We are here in Cologne only until Monday, then heading to the north Germany: Hamburg, Rostock and so on… and then back home for good. It’s been a very busy European summer...
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What do non-Europeans think of Europe?

Have you ever wondered what people think of your country and culture? What about your whole continent? 🙂 Here’s what happened when a group of people originating from 7 different European countries tried to figure it out: what does brand “Europe” stand for? Meet “Brand New Europe“: non-Europeans know the answer.
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Ilana on the Road

I am a travel blogger and writer, based in Berlin. I am regularly writing for my two travel blogs, Ilana on the Road about my travel adventures and Foreigner in Berlin covering exclusively tips and stories from Berlin. I started to travel at a very young age, and especially since...
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Afraid to open my mailbox

My biggest struggle when I moved to Germany was probably with myself (isn’t it always?). And even though I keep thinking as long as I am balanced I can be happy and content anywhere in the world the differences in culture also play a role. Aside from not being able...
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Jazzing in a free world

Being a foreigner is never easy. You can be a genius but the chances that you remain unnoticed in Germany are high. You know, it does not disturb me anymore. I have learnt, after 10 years in Austria and 15 years in Germany, to accept and to adjust. However, I...
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Give me five euros

How is the tourist situation – do you have many customers? Oh yes, every day there are English, German and Japanese speaking tourists passing by. Weekends are very busy, weekdays rather calm. Also some local Germans want to take photos with us, but not that many. Ok thank you – here’s...