Cities

Nina's to do list for London

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As I told you before I am going to a London trip with a friend (her name is Vivien) and I did a to do list to make use of every minute we have. Along with some spots Vivien wants to check out, this is what I came up with: SHOPPING: Oxford Street (Topshop, Urban Outfitters, Miss Selfridges, All Saints, Primark, New Look) Vintage at Beyond Retro ([...]

Biking in the city: this is how I roll

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I always found going by bike one of the best ways to discover a city, next to shopping of course.. I love biking because it is environmentally friendly, healthy (read: gives you buns of steel), and it is a great way to get to know a new city without having to smell sweaty armpits on the subway! Several cities have great possibilities to rent bikes (or at [...]

One night in Athens

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Dear Travelettes, A couple of weeks ago I treated myself to a weekend getaway in Athens, Greece. Here, I met up with German expat Anna who showed me around town in my quest for drinking, dancing and greek gods hotties. One night i took my camera along and filmed a few impressions of Athens nightlife - ladies: welcome to Travelettes TV!

BUDAPEST: A must see, hear, taste, feel.

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This is how happy I was the entire time I was there. Seriously. Let me make this very clear. When I arrived in Budapest I learned that not only did I know negative 3% about the city itself, but I knew negative 100% how to properly pronounce the name. If you can do it without sounding like a pretentious non-Hungarian, by all means begin NOW. The correct pro[...]

New year, new travels, less time than ever

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Dear travelettes, this is your captain speaking. This website is still so young and already it's totally got on the backburner of things with me working on a ton of new projects. Some in print, some online. This weekend I'll direct my first music video and in 2 weeks is the launch of my new club night. Sounds busy? IT IS! The good news is that I'm traveli[...]

London: Chess boxing and Hula-hoop burlesque

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Last weekend I went to London for the first time in ten years, with the goal to reunite with some of my best friends from Norway, party like it was 1999 and work on my British accent. Despite my modest expectations I was pleasantly surprised to get introduced to two previously unknown sports: Chess boxing and Hula-hoop burlesque. When trying to imagine wh[...]

The best club in Berlin (and it's not Berghain)

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Before moving to Berlin for good I came here every once in a while, mostly to see friends and party like there's no tomorrow enjoy the occasional night out. On New Years Eve  2009 and with absolutely no expections a few friends and I went to a pretty new Club called .HBC. Right then, just one hour into the new year I stepped into what would become my new fa[...]

Bangkok: To Khao San Road, and step on it!

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I knew it would happen, it was inevitable. As I had mentioned before, I definitely hadn't faced the reality of the extent of my trip and it all just seemed like a dream that would never be fully undertaken... until I peeped out the plane window and was faced with an alien Thai landscape. Then it hit me: the inevitable fear. Cue a mini stroke with the cold ha[...]

The Places I Ended Up in BERLIN

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Let this post be one of those which provides you, the reader, with a general idea of how to handle and what to expect in various, completely random circumstances. The reason I traveled to Berlin in the first place was to attend classes affiliated with Humboldt University. I saved up a couple of credits necessary to graduate and decided to throw them into the[...]

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