Before I moved to London, I got a new external hard drive and put all 100+GB of my carefully collected music on it. I even categorised it in genres and subgenres. So, when the IT guy told me my new hard disk died of the unknown reason, I was heartbroken. Continue reading
If you travel a lot you have to use different washing machines and dryers. And if you are like me – you end up destroying a lot of your clothes. To be completely honest this time (yes, this time only, shut up) was all my fault.
I took my beautiful new wool sweater and put it in the washing machine. Then I put it in the dryer. It shrank. It shrank down in half of its original size. Continue reading
“Aren’t you afraid of traveling alone? How can you afford traveling so much? Aren’t hotels expensive?” are the things people always ask me when I tell them my future plans. Well, the answer to all of these is CouchSurfing.
In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Couchsurfing is the practise of moving from one’s person’s house to another, sleeping in whatever spare space is available, floor or couch, staying for a few days before moving on to the next house or returning to yours. Continue reading