Friday, May 27, 2011

Nice Short Video

I'm back from my travels, just to let you know, sorry for beeing inactive for so long!

Check this out:

Easy Flyer from Goulven Jaffr├Ęs on Vimeo.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Finished

Hi Guys,
I made it, I finally made it. All my exams for this term are written and I'm finally free.
I already now that I passed my Business Administration exam, which was really shitty and I was afraid that I failed it.
Well and the rest, macroecon, statistics and civil law, I rocked.

That also means that I can post more regularly again and will soon commence my tripreport about travelling from Germany to Turkey along the Adriatic Sea.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Take Away Show - again

Hi Guys,
just wanted to say im still alive.
It's the last 2 days before my final exams for this term so I'm hardly at the PC and don't have a second of time left for blogging. But next tuesday it'll all be over. 'Till then you have to read rather short posts, like today, and today is not even original, it's just another Take-Away-Show that I like. I'm sorry.
But Enjoy anyay:

Friday, February 25, 2011

The Take Away Show

Hi Guys,

do you now the Take-Away Show made by La Blogotheque?
It's a really cool concept, they film Music artists, mostly in Paris, playing their songs accousticly while walking through the streets or just beeing in random places.

Two of my favorites:


and


Enjoy :)

Thursday, February 24, 2011

You'll have to wait a bit

Hi Guys,

the feedback on the last post regarding my last tour through the balkan states was really good.
I'm really happy to share some stories and pics with you, i even wrote a litte travel-diary, so i'll be able to post some detailled stories.

The sad part is, that at the moment, due to my exams, I don't really have time to write long blog entries and scavenge all the pictures made on the trip. But I promise that, as soon my exams are over, I'll write some stuff down and share it with you guys!

As a little teaser, I uploaded a picture, taken at our final desitination, Istanbul, Turkey. Showing the Bosporus and the asian half of the City



The music today is from a serbian band called S.A.R.S. with the title Budjav Lebac, what means as much as "rotten bread". Enjoy :)




Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Quick entry

Hi Guys,

I'll just make a quick post for today because I don't really have anything else on my mind than studying statistics and macroeconomics.

In my last post I talked about planning a roadtrip through eastern-europe, thanks for the tips so far, but i need more specific ones.
Anyway some people commented that it's very different from western culture. Well, guys, that's the point why I want to do that.

I've made a similar trip two years ago, more in south eastern-europe though. We went from Stuttgart to Istanbul by train, bus and hitchiking. Made it all the way from Germany to Turkey in six weeks. We visited Germany, Austria, Slowenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Albany, Greece and Turkey.
It was a very intense experience and so much fun. That's why we want to do something like that again.

If you want to hear more about it or see some pictures, just say so in the comments.

Todays video is a song that probably everone knows, but I really enjoy listening to it right now, so you have to, too ;)
It's Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Home



Tuesday, February 22, 2011

2nd exam ... halftime

Hi guys,

just wrote my 2nd exam for this semester. This time it was civil law, a complementary minor subject for my economics major.
And i've rocked it, well the exam was pretty easy and the topic fairly interesting, so I expected it to be good.
So, it's halftime now, 2 exams to got, another 8 days of studying day and night. I kind of really don't want to, but am motivated by all the free time I'll have after it.

I am currently planning a trip for my Holidays, I thought about a roadtrip trough eastern Europe, like old sovjet Russia: Rumania, Moldavia, Estonia, Belarus etc. Has anyone of you been there before? Any tips for what I have to see, where I must go to etc.?


The video today is, I hope it won't shock you, no jazz but minimal electro music by Paul Kalkbrenner. An outstanding artist from Berlin. Enjoy it