Haiku No. 8

Haiku No. 8

Odessa Just like yesterday water colours turned solid I walk and wonder Did you know that from November, Ryanair will fly from Berlin (TXL) to Odessa twice a week? I took the opportunity to nudge you to consider visiting this beautiful city, but got bogged 

Haiku No.7

Haiku No.7

Lists grow long and fast We catch our breath and smile the sun peeks laughing It’s been a little quiet here, but only because extra shifts at work and a slow but sure transformation into Bridezilla are taking up all my time here. Being too 

Haiku No.6

Haiku No.6

Look at me always I’m famous, or perhaps not forever etched in stone   We started high summer¬† with a blast with three very hot days in Florence. The heatwave continued right until now, with extreme heat, a full work schedule and no end in 

Haiku No. 5

Haiku No. 5

It’s been 5 months since I last posted Haiku, and 1 month since I last posted anything here. I am so sorry! This is not how I planned it. I returned form Armenia and Georgia with a notebook and a card full of pictures. Every 

Haiku No. 4

Haiku No. 4

Friday is Haiku Day! Yeah, it probably makes no sense whatsoever in Japanese, but it’s kinda fun to stick it into Google Translate. I really wanted something a bit sunnier ‘n funnier but the dark wet weather here in the north, no matter how many 

Haiku No.3

Haiku No.3

  This is not a very traditional Haiku (the second line has eight syllables) but since I already butchered Line One and Three. Also, I wondered for some time whether I can love a place that belongs to a country that has such a poor 

Haiku No.2 or my Athens Haiku

Haiku No.2 or my Athens Haiku

Late sun in autumn so hot and sparkling at sea shiny ships await you   My Athens haiku. What do you think? We visited Athens and Aegina in October 2017, on a fairly short notice trip, mindful of a budget. I love Greece! And this 

Haiku No.1: My first travel haiku

Haiku No.1: My first travel haiku

My first travel haiku! I often write haiku, usually when I am slightly bored or distracted… so why not write little travel Haiku? They are fun, short and sweet and I like how effortless they can be written down sometimes, yet at other times, it