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Wilna Part 2


Going East... Part One

Call it Vilnius, Wilno or Wilna– the capital of Lithuania is also called Rome of the East
because of it's over 50 churches. Its Jewish (and polish) influence until the 20th century has led to it being described as the “Jerusalem of Lita" and Napoleon named it "the Jerusalem of the North. Some few days ago I entered the so called "gate of dawn" and saw really really many churches from gothic style until the renaissance period. Although there is so much history in the architecture, the city has everything a young, aspiring metropole needs. So many nice little streets with Designers, Caf├ęs, Restaurants and some Galleries.  This is part one from the trip. As you can see, we had luck with the weather, but walking the whole day through the streets when it's -4°Celsius was a kind of new for me :D



Moods in February


Level 2 - February

Hey world,
the last days of January passed by. Again we welcome February and to be honest (comm'on :D) we will be happy when slowly Madame Spring will arrive, right? It feels like she is on her way, but we know that we have to keep strong and patient and sleep for maybe 30 nights (like wainting for christmas) until the first scents will reach our noses...
My year or my January started calm and relaxing but also enthusiastic with ideas for the presence and future. Sooo many thoughts for my personal new ways, perspectives, business plans and adventures. I am happy and thankful for all the possibilities I have and try to make the best of it. Hope so you do, too. The next adventure will be a short trip to Vilinius the capital of Lithuania next week. Maybe someone has been there before and can give me some information? I would deeply appreciate. But until then I will post a little bit of January and early February in my Ruhr Area, in Germany.

By the way (because of the Ruharea), I would like to share one of my favourite deepest movies of the last years which was filmed here in the Ruh Area. Yeas, here and NOT in Berlin :D It's called PINA. PINA is a feature-length dance film in 3D with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer, who died in the summer of 2009. I was never a fan of ballet or dance performance, but this movie touched me so deeply and pulled me so much into a world of translation from body to mind and to soul. I love this movie and music and if you like theatre and arts you should take a look at the trailer at least. And if you will watch the movie, come back and share it with me. Thanx for reading this.
Here it is.