African Drumz

Finally the time haz come for me to share you my story about the Day/Night I went to check out da African Drumz concert, lets travel back in time,


Its Saturday, da 3th of May.

I joined the Almerians who were heading to Vilnius to check out some stuff and visit the Ikea…. we arrived around 15:00. Because I Srsly was not in the mood to join them to Ikea. they dropped me off somewhere on the edge of the City center at a gasz station. I only had this small map of the Old town, and I had no idea where they dropped me off so I bought a map of all of Vilnius and asked the first dudes I came across if they could point me how to get to the old town. It was about a 30 min walk from the gasz station. While talking with the dudes some Police car came by, shouting things in Lithuanian, behind them some motorcycles, I asked them whatsup. They told me that it was the First day of the Motorcycle Season, CIMG0746every year all the Bikermice cruise their bike on that day and they have like this “Police guided start” This was very nice. I stood there for a bit to check out all da Motorcycles, they were cruising in the opposite direction of where I had to walk. So eventually I started walking towards the old town. But to bad for me, I had to wait a bit more, simply because there were SO MUCH MOTORCYCLES, I think after like 10 maybe 15 minutes they had this lil break so people could cross and cars could go again.


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When I was able to cross this street I ventured forth towards the old town, meanwhile I got hungriez, when I met this coffee stall I checked out there snacks. Bought a chocolate chip cookie that was bigger then my Face, and while I was there. I asked the locals behind the counter where I could find the Best Kebabas of Vilnius. Of course taste differs from peepz to peepz but the recommended me a Kebabas which was rather close, I headed to the Kebabas place, I can’t recall the name but it was something hilarious like, Happy Kebabas. or something like that. I wish they had a place like this in the Netherlands. Because This!!!!!


Meanwhile scouting places in Vilnius I never walked before Enjoying the Indeed Most Delicious Kebabas i ate in Vilnius, I came across the first church that was not Amazingly Beautiful, well to be honest i liked it anywayz. But it was rather trashed. Non the less there were people inside doing there thing. The park next to it was rather chillin also, there was this dude playing guitar. I stood there for a while to finish the Mango drink I bought across the street. the Kebabas made me thirsty.

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I ventured forth, and it seemed I was rather close to the Town hall and the Vilnius Gatve which I already knew from the last times I was in Vilnius, when walking around I came across a passage that I walked pass a vew times before when I had to go the the hostel I slept in the first night I arrived in Vilnius. This time though, I noticed something I didn’t notice before, as some can imagine. I was rather amused :))

Tun . . TUn . . TUUUNNNN ………

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I know, its probably not related at all, it has a completely different meaning then what you might expect of me, (for those who know me better) but still. the fact that I walked pass this building a vew times and never noticed it before. Made it extra fun for me at the time.

The concert was around 20:00, so I still had some spare time to fill, I just kept walking towards random things. and on the way I encountered things like this. (or you can just scroll down and skip to the evening if you lack da interest tzzzz)

Segz fo rent!Indeed, you can rent a Segway here in Vilnius. I didn’t try them yet because I like walking so much. But ill probably do it sometime before I will leave Lietuva, Although I was not able to picture them. The Police here also cruise around on the Segways. This confuses me though. How will you be able to catch a Criminal if you are cruising on yo Segway. They can just push you over or like jump over Vences n shortcuts. Segways can fly you know. I thought it was rather Un-Practical, but much funzies were had the moment i saw them cruise by.

I learned about the Erection of a bridge. next to the bridge were some Lithuanian words I couldn’t read imprinted in the side of the river or whatever i should call it. I waited there for a bit to ask someone if they could tell me what it means. As usual coincidence doesn’t exist, I belief this because not much later a group of ladies walked by, and they all had these Hearts with Text on them, so i figured they would know the answer for sure. One of the girls was getting married and they were doing there bachelor party walk through Vilnius thingy. They explained me the text meant I love you to, and As myliu …. (you) is i love you, very confusing but nice to know.

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Because the green bridge I just crossed was heading me towards North, and Artistai (the bar where the Djembe concert would be) was rather more south, I walked back the same way I came. On the way back I noticed this little store selling cakez n stuff. I couldn’t resist to try and it was the most amazing sweet bread snack i ever ate.

Delicious sweet breadthingthe story behind them is something like this. There is this Castle/town called Trakai, where these bread originally come from. They were only made there, then someday they started selling them in Vilnius. At first they were with meats in it. like chicken or pork, but of course for peepz like me, they later made them with Strawberry/Cherry/Apple cinnamon filling and lots more.


Daangzz they are so delicious! I’m gonna try them all eventually!

Artistai was a 5 min walk from the Town Hall, I arrived at the town hall a little more then a hour before 20:00 so when I encountered a Fountain at the Town hall Square (not so big as in Warszawa) I chilled with her for a while, Waiting till i could head to Artistai. I headed to Artistai 30 minutes before 20:00 to see if the group arrived already, Of course they did. I didn’t wanna be lame and stalk them while they did there Sound-check so I chilled outside until they started. Luckily Ruta n Kamile joined me for a smoke a little while. They also introduced me to another member of the Group Agne. While they were all busy with preparing, Agne had some spare time apparently. She joined me for a chat, Agne works for the G0verment “spooky sounds” but besides that. she had some very Amusing stories to tell.

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It started to get dark slowly, and the bar started to get crowded.

Drum Roll” ITS TIME, For Vakarų Afrikos būgnų mokyklaBa Dum Tsss

The Concert Started, The leader dude called Gediminas (like the legend) started to do his story, he talked in Lithuanian so i couldn’t understand, but that didn’t bother me. Basically the group is pretty big, some of them are rather new, some of them are very Experienced,
They started with a little intro with more experienced players, then every song the players on the stage would switch their instruments, And if i understood correctly, The newer players of the group started with the first vew songs, and eventually the more experience players would play the more complicated beats i gues,

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What i really liked about Gediminas was his way of communicating with the group. He like guided them through the songs (of course they studied them) But you could see the group relying on his guidance, he has some very interesting Gestures and uses his hands to tell certain people of the group to either play louder or or softer and so on. He talked in between the songs. Also what was very, very interesting is the way he tried to Involve the audience in the Gig. For example with telling us (the audience) to clap a certain rhythm within a song and sometimes even he asked us to sing with him. It was amazing. I could really feel the energiez he tried to awaken, n the flow through the instruments and the people. I got in this sort of trance like whooow what is going on here. what is happening to me. what am i feeling. this is amazing! they were very very nice. and the way the played the Djembe, switched n involved the Audience and everything together was an amazing way to do it!

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The pictures above will give you an impression of how the people changed over the different songs, and how the instruments changed. You might thing what the dude is playing on the 6th picture. Its a hollow Pumpkin. and he was like making beats on it, very simple but very awesome! This apparently was also a Favorite song of allot of people in the room gheghe, Including my host for the night (but that’s a bit ahead of the story)

At the end of the evening. the most amazing thing happens, They started to give shit loads of Djembes to the Audience, and Gediminas gave this very little Djembe lesson, To explain: He showed this beat the Audience should play, then they would play there song over it. He really tried to Involve the Audience throughout the evening. It was amazing! It went pretty well in my opinion, I still couldn’t understand what he was saying but i played Djembe a vew times a long time ago. So i just watched what he did, and eventually i could figure it out. I really enjoyed playing the Djembe that night. I also had this Nostalgic moment where i missed my Shaman drum, and also playing my beloved Drum Kit. But the playing of the Djembe and making some beats was nice and a really perfect Finisher for the concert!

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After the Djembe lesson and the Songs we played together The concert ended. I didn’t have a place to sleep yet, a problem i had to fix. but it was Saturday night n Luckily I was able to join the group for the rest of the night, First we chilled a bit at Artistai, of course we ate some Kepta Douna n took some beers. I was lucky once again. Ruta helped me to ask around the group if there was someone that could offer me a place to sleep. The lady who made the Pictures is a trusted Couch-surfer, and that night her roommate was away for the weekend. She invited me to stay at her place if it was for 1 night. Which was perfect for me! Now with a save place to sleep and not having to worry about taking a Bench in a park, This very comfortable feeling rushed through my body. I was able to clear my mind easier. No worriez, About no thingzzz!! Just chillin with da Djembe peepz!

So after da Gigz, the Kepta Douna, a beer, N a couch for me to sleep, the group got hungriez. They decided to grab a pizza nearby. I felt like pizza also and I was welcome to join them. So of course I did! we chilled for a while at the pizza place, in the end we ordered around 6 different type of this size pizzas. They were very Delicious

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Her name is Ausra, She also has a very good Talent for Laughter, she also laughs Very loud which it think is amazingly funny (much later she also told me that sometimes in Public transport. people complaint about her laugh, Because its so Specific and loud) Lame right, how can you complain if someone laughs. this is also when I got to know about the Iron wolf Legend deu to Kamile her necklace. It got pretty late that night, After the pizza a vew of the group went for another drink. But me n Ausra were rather Tired, also she haz Exams soon n she had to study the next morning so we decided to start walking to her place, which was about 20 minutes. The walk was fun, we passed the Segway place, the place where I bought the delicious sweet bread snack, n then we had to cross the Green bridge, heading bit more north into the district up there. Ausra is Studying Medicine and will specialize in Psychology next year, She also Hitchhiked allot, and Climbed mountains n crazy things! We chilled at her place for a while to get to know each other a bit more, the next morning she cooked me some Omlett-ish breakfast n when she went for the Library i walked towards the Central station to take the bus back home.

Due to the good time we had, Ausra basically told me that I could come back Anytime to crash at her place. Which was very awesome, because I was pretty sure I would be visiting Vilnius more often, Basically I don’t have to worry about a place to sleep anymore, anytime I want to go to Vilnius. Ill just gieb Ausra a call. n I’m welcome to stay. Yay!

In the end. I’m really glad I met Ruta the day I arrived in Vilnius, Through her I got to know Kamile and their awesome happiness, And through them I got to know about there African Drum group they play in which I also like very much. And if it wasn’t for this night at Artistai, I wouldn’t have met Ausra, who will be my Vilnius host for as long as she will live in Vilnius wooop wooop!. And we shouldn’t forget Agne, which i spoke to just a little at Artistai, but in the future I will get to know her better also. and she told me more about the N@to stuff n gave me a tour da Vilnius (U can read alboutdiz here)


afrikos bugnuIf you are interested in the African Drumz group Vakarų Afrikos būgnų mokykla

You should check out there Website! Although I think its not in English. if you hit the compas with “Vakarėliai !” next to it, you can find some movies n hear their beatsz!!

Or here some movieezzz, it shows what i mean with the way Gediminas communicates and uses hand gestures and involves the croud u get da point!




First day in Vcity

CIMG0632Its Saturday da 26th of April, Around 10 o clockz. the night in the hostel was oke-ish. It didn’t had free breakfast though D:

So my first Quest for today was some delicious breakfast. At first i wanted to take some traditional Lithuanian breakfast but this was not so easy. (apparently breakfast is not so popular under the Lithuanian people. but of course it depends on the person)

So after walking around for a while, checking some restaurants and being amazed by all the colors. I ended up eating a very nice Apple cinnamon Crepe at a random terras in a park. Meanwhile finding breakfast I noticed the most amazing architecture i have seen in a while. I’m not a church kinda dude. but i have to admit the churches here are very beautiful.! and i like to look at them, check the symbolism and construction. to make things EZ fo ya all, check Diz

While enjoying my breakfast, I noticed this castle/lookout tower on top of a hill which was in the park I was breakfasting in. With my belly happy of the Applecreppel I decided to climb the hill to check out the castle on top and scout the area a bit, This was the view.

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I noticed allot of thing I would like to see, for example (which is not in the picture) there was this mountain-ish nearby, I noticed there was another lookout point on there n there were allot of green areas.

Seeing Vilnius from up high, I went down again and started walking in the direction that attracted me the most. The mountain. In Case you are curious about my mindset when I just arrived at a Capital city, and I don’t know what da fuck ima be doing.
Basically i walk around. i like to walk.
I check the map a bit to make sense of direction easyr, but usually i just walk. and see where my feet bring me. In this case I just headed towards the mountain. of course on the way things just got better and better.

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it was Saturday and I think in the weekends the scouting groups practice. Vilnius is full of parks and nature. Basically all day. everywhere I went, I noticed Scouting group doing awesome things. Here they practiced walking over rope, if someone would fall off. they started over again. but I didn’t stay to see if they eventually managed. it was really amusing to see thow.

There are 2 rivers running through Vilnius. the Nerris which is the bigger river probably used for trade and boats. And a smaller one called the Vilnia, at the end of the park I ended up at the Vilnia, I was again amazed by the beauty, I really love to see rivers like this going through city’s like Vilnius. Also because it was Scouting day, there were different groups trying to cross the river by rope. making rafts and crossing it, and lots more.

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Here you see the river. If you walk up the grass you have this Cracked shell path which follows all along the banks of the river, then there is this park. Then the city starts. I followed the river south, finding a bride to cross it, at the other side of the river was the mountain i wanted to climb.

CIMG0645I took a little detour, once I arrived at the bridge to cross the river. I didn’t have a place to stay yet for the night and there was a hostel nearby, so i checked it first. i had no luck. eventually i walked around a bit to find a hostel. eventually i found a oke-ish hostel for the night.

many of the roads you have in Vilnius look like this <-. I like it. although it is rather creepy at night if you walk it alone gheghe. So after checking out the streets a bit, I went on towards the mountain. On the way i spoke to some random peepz on the street to ask what i should see fo sho while in Vilnius, the told me to check out Užupis and its Constitution, To explain. there is this island in Vilnius. Its like a separate community, I gues you could say its similar to Ruigoort. The difference is, this community are mostly professional artistians these days (like art) and they live by a vew simple rules.

It was next to the mountain so instead of heading up. I went to check the Constitution first, I had trouble finding it at first. they told me I should cross the bridge, pass the Angle statue, and then somewhere on the wall i could read the Constitution in 10 different languages. of course when I arrived at the Angel, I took the wrong turn and ended up in the middle of Užupis instead of the Constitution. I went back, eventually i found it and Again I was rather amazed by it. I felt some sort of connection with it. and the idea of people actually living by these rules in that part of Vilnius is amazing in my honest opinion.

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I would like to ask you to think about these a bit more. But this is not an Obligation
4 n 5,
20 !!!!!
31 n 32,
35 !!!!!

Gettin Zen on the Constitution I was finally ready to Climb some mountains,
this time I walked the river North, but on the other side. This was not a nice straight cracked shell path but a rather adventurous dirt road. I noticed allot of peepz walking anywhere they wanted. Me, An Erthling Raised in the “West” felt I should follow the paths, If i would leave the path in a nature area in NL you risk getting a ticket because most of the time it is not allowed and bla bla bla. but very soon i felt like fuck dat shit. and i just Went straight in and up!

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I think it took me at least an hour to get to the top. maybe longer. my point is. i wasn’t in a hurry. I really enjoyed it. and it felt amazing. There were 3 crosses on top which was a lookout also. (the picture on the right shows you the mountain//hill and the crosses, but i took the picture a week later when i returned to Vilnius. ill blog about this amazing day soon!) Below you will see some pictures I made while i was at the top. some “Wild” animals I encountered. I also meditated for about 30 minutes somewhere on a quiet spot. but due to the climb my body was very tired. So i was dozing off very fast instead of keeping the focus. In the final picture below you can see the Castle on the hill i climbed after breakfast,

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So after climbing the mountain, scouting the top, checking the view, trying to meditate. I got hungriez again. I went down to finally find myself some Traditional Lithuanian foodzies, but when i got down (which was also a pretty exciting adventure because i again didn’t feel like taking any road or stairs) I felt like taking a nap. Which i did for about 30 minutes on in the grass on the river bank of the Vilnia. I’m used to taking a nap in the train or bus. but this nap was the most amazing nap i ever took. the sound of the water, children playing, musicians musicing. It was perfect and right on the spot!
of course I got super hungry when i woke up. So i put my Traditional Lithuanian food Quest on priority #1.

CIMG0643On the way I came across some street workers. This is very interesting. I know how we make brick streets in the Netherlands. of course its and expertise. but not so special Imo. This though. This is just wow. The dude fits every rock on the spot, he like turns it around a vew times until he finds out how it fits best, Hits it a vew times, add some sand, hits it again, levels it with the water thingy and so on. I stood there for a while to watch. I was very entertained.

Finally i came to the bigger streets of Vilnius with the amazing restaurants and whatnot.
Due to my woozynes of my nap at the Vilnia, and my crazy mountain climbing experience I first found myself some Saltibarsciai. Remember the beetroot soup in Warszawa? the blood? here in Lituva they also have Beetroot soup, but they serve it cold. Its very tasty and very refreshing. It hit the spot right on, after the Saltibarsciai I was all fresh again, ready for the Saturday night. I was still hungry though. So after I found myself a Traditional Lithuanian Kitchen and ordered some Cepelinai, which is a meat filled potato zeppelin gheghe. the drink is Kvass, not cola lel Fuck Cola! Kvass is made of bread. it was very interesting taste. The dinner was delicious and I had no more hungriez after that. Now i was really ready for a Vilnius Saturday night.

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Walking around, and basically with no idea what i was supposed to be doing that evening. I stopped at a town map to check out where I haz been walking and where I could maybe find something fun to do. next to the map stood a lovely lady, she was listening to music. Usually I don’t talk to people on the street so much. but ever since I left home this changed like crazy. With all my Beardly charms I asked her if she spoke English, told her that I arrived last night, and was very curious what a Lithuanian would do for fun on a Saturday night in Vilnius.

CIMG0667We got into a confo, she was waiting for 2 of her friends. If this would happen to me in Amsterdam i would just say Paradiso/Melkweg, but she had no idea of something fun to do except for a reggae place, she was like: usually we just walk around with no plan until something awesome happens. I didn’t feel like going solo again. So I asked her if I could join them for the evening. She didn’t mind yay!. When her 2 friends arrived I both asked them the same thing. Both of them didn’t think i was some creepy wanker (i guess), sure no problem! they replied. Her name was Rūta, her 2 lady friends that joined later were Kamile (with a thingy on the e) and … (i dont remember her Lithuanian name) but she told me the meaning of her name in English. which is “Cloudless Sky” (ps; the picture is where i met Ruta, (with a thingy on the u)

They took me to a bar nearby, where we drank some beers. Very delicious beers. With the help of my camera I showed them some pictures of my Journey and told them the stories of the crazy things I experienced in the last 2 weeks. They were really friendly and liked the stories i had to tell.  They also explained me whats the deal with the religion here, and we shared our ideas about the current state of the world. “Cloudless Sky” her boyfriend was almost done from work, so we went to pick him up somewhere. Meanwhile they gave me a lil tour and thought me about the history of Vilnius. We even went to the old Palace if i remember correct, where napoleon visited once for a vew weeks.


When the dudes arrived we went to another bar, had some more Amazing Lithuanian beers, Ate some fried bread with garlic. Fried bread with garlic you say? fuck yeah! this is pretty normal here and its amazingly delicious (google: kepta duona) so simple but so awesome. I love this dish. They Serve it with Cheese or without. We chilled for a bit, afterwards we went to another bar. Balkan Beat evening. We were not drunk enough compared to the peepz already there. but we had a fun time anywayz. After. Me, Ruta n Kamile went for some foodzies, some hamburger place nearby. They took the cab back home. and I walked to the hostel i managed to fix somewhere that afternoon.

I had an amazing day. You cannot imagine how much i love Vilnius, The people, the colors, the architecture, the size, the nature all around. Its amazing! also the fact that i could join the ladies for the night was a really big relieve for me. They were like: if you didn’t meet us you would probably meet someone else. Thats probably true, but still. they are amazing. very kind. and I felt like we were on the same line. Ruta n Kamile have a Very special Talent for Laughter. They smile and laugh so much! also the ladies play in an African music Djembe group. They invited me to join their concert next week on Saturday in the bar where we ate Fried Breadz! I’m really curious and will check it out Fo sho!

Tomorrow i will head to IzReal!




Da Weekend in Berlin

Its Saturday 19th of April, Me n my Belgian brothers had a nice breakfast, but the time came for our paths to split again. I thanked them for the hospitality and of course the HH lessons/Tour de Berlin. I had a great time with them!


I send and sms to my elder, checking where he would be. They were chillin on a Terras. I took the metro there. When I arrived, told them what i have been doing and the roadsz i hitchhiked in the past 3 dayZ. They were sleeping in a hotel nearby, after the introduction we went to the hotel so I could drop my pack. Then we started walking through Berlin, they had been here before multiple times, for me it was the first time. Lau basically only showed me the awesome stuff and Squats where i was interested in.

My elder though, he felt like showing me the more Touristy thingz.
We walked around, passed allot of markets. Berlin haz allot of awesome markets. My elder and hiz Lady-friends like coffee, I’m not really a coffee kind of dude. So here n there we took a terras for a lil break so they could drink some coffee.

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We kept walking, more markets, more crazy things.
Then we got to this place (see below). When you arrive basically you have no idea dafuq it isz. Its this very big Square with all these Blocks on it, you can run through them, walk over them. Some are super high. Some are low, also the roads in between are wobbly. Due to my new tour guide who likes to know allot about things, I found out it was the Holoc@ust Memorial. Apparently it was not allowed to walk over them, there was even a guard walking around. They are afraid you fall down and break a leg. but he didn’t bother me.

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I’m maybe confusing Saturday n Sunday a bit. we also used the car a to drive around, Berlin is very big. But it doesn’t matter that much atm. you can get an idea of what we did/have seen in those 2 days, and that’s what matters!


We finally got to the the Wall, and I was rather amazed. I just couldn’t imagine a wall like this ran through all of Berlin, splitting West from East n when you tried to pass it, you most likely would get shot. There were guard towers like shown above every vew hundred meters, Searchlights. Mines, dogs, military all kinds of crazy shit.

As usual my guide had to explain it to me in details. Apparently these pictures are rather amusing for peepz that know me and my elder. so that’s why i share.

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I also had to try to climb the wall, this was rather easy. Its not so high as you think. But I figured I should just leap over the edge to check it out instead of actually jumping over it

dviam007Later we went on checking other things in Berlin, in case you might wonder what all the blue is, Its a rather new Church. And some look like that nowadays.

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That night we had dinner across this nice building, I like the architecture! They even manged to convince me to join them to some Salsa place somewhere in Berlin. I’m not so much of a Salsa dude either, but I enjoyed watching all the peepz dancing, got a lil taste of the Salsa nightlife of Berlin.

Sunday we had more funz. We randomly found a huge park whit lots of dudes n dettes. Lots of chillin, Live music. BBQing. Partying. Sportz, Theatering. It was very enjoyable.

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CIMG0494My elder likes to do crazy pictures. he was trying to jump while taking this picture. He does this on a regular basis, this one is not so amazing as others he made on different trips around the world.  But its was a rather amusing moment anywayz.

That night we had some Thai dinner, which was not bad at all in my opinion. I should eat more Thai food. i dig coconut, n warm fruits. n spices.

After dinner we went for a Classic Berlin Beer, because the next day I planned on leaving Berlin to continue on my journey again. So after tonight I probably wont see them for a while! it was fun.

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I really enjoyed the first weekend of my Journey, Crazy belgiansz, my elder.
I never was really close with my elder, my family is a bit weird, maybe my experience of my family is weird, maybe I’m just not a family kinda dude or maybe its all because of the way i handle family buizniss that I experience it as weird. What is normal anyway? whoever says he is normal is weird. Because no one is normal.  Nothing is Normal. Anywayz. my point is.

I had a good time! Chillin with my elder this weekend was different then usual. More natural and fun in some way.

Tomorrow im heading to Warszawa Whoohooo!!
Check it out!