The Hague gets to organize the 3rd world nuclear security summit
Once again, the Netherlands shows its pragmatic side: if it’s healthier than synthetic fertilizers and we have a lot, why not user manure to grow crops?
St Patrick in Trafalgar Square. “I am Patrick, a sinner, most uncultivated and least of all the faithful and despised in the eyes of many.”
Within English culture they have a very popular weekend occurrence called a flea market. “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” Today, shopping has to a great extent replaced hunting as a national pastime.
Spoiler alert: male models!!!
Make-up Ruled: there are 4 types of ladies in the Dutch trains (Mirror mirror on the…train, who’s the fairest of them all?)
Maybe there’s a secret community of train-buddies who are very supporting of each other, where it’s allowed and safe to look messy and to put on make-up in front of everybody.
Right before the beginning of spring, we know what you liked (the most) last winter.
Banksy, Stik, ROA, Robbo, Paul Insect, Phlegm, Thierry Noir, 616, C215, Ronzo and many others make London a pre-eminent city within the biggest artistic movement of the 21st Century.
When do the Israelis change? During war. Because only then it is clear that the enemy comes from the outside. Then, they behave completely different. Over night, they change to the friendliest country in the world.
This is my story of 2 years and 2 months of living abroad in 1428 words. In summary, I went through 2 mild depressions, 6 months apart from each other. In between I had the traveler’s fever. And now, I’d rather make love than war. And I truly hope this will be a useful piece of information for any of you that started contemplating a life abroad.