Since coming back to Berlin on Monday, I have been busy. I have been doing press stuff, writing and also having a little apartment-search-meltdown. I'm getting so tired of spending so much time hunting apartments, only meeting arrogant Germans - or just silence. But. I have taken another room while I look, so now I'm moving to the West. Very un-hipster, but I am so excited to explore a part of town I normally never go to, and to have an everyday life among business men, stilettos and gourmet shops. PS. Danes, I have a secret Berlin guide in today's Politiken. You can also see it online here;
I got a new camera last week - I have to get familiar with it, but I am already in love.
On Tuesday I ran around Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg with a group of journalists from Denmark and Sweden. It was such a fun day with some great people and networking and ideas for my little business.
On Thursday I went room-scouting in my old hood around Schönleinstraße. So many new hipster spots have opened up, and I almost couldn't take it.
Favourite things right now. I don't know how much the sunglasses will be used, though...
On Friday, after having said yes to the room at Uhlandstraße, I went out for coffee with Cordula to celebrate. We braved the rain and went to Friedrichshain for coffee and sinful brownie at Silo (Gabriel-Max-Straße 4). I thought I would be spending Friday night in working, but Cordula and I went for spontaneous drinks at Schwarze Traube and ended up at a private birthday party for an Italian girl with Adam and his crowd. Good!