Sunday, October 27, 2013
Selected moments from Paris, London and Tallinn. Too many foodie moments and sharing them all a little too late.
Anything from jam making for winter( with orange, cinnamon, nutmeg and other good things- YUM), to early morning breakfast in the hotel (because i missed my flight?) to most beautiful moments with my new family member Lasso and moments with new Parisian friends.
It all feels still very surreal- being in Paris, enjoying the beauty of this city and WORKING has always been my dream. Doing it during my year out is more than I could have ever asked for. This city is filled with completely different energy than any other place I ever been to. I love London and consider it my home, but I get tired there. It just sucks out all the energy with traffic jams and rude people and dirty streets and rainy grey days. So I really needed Paris. I really did.
Paris have treated me well, but every day is still blessing and a curse at the same time. Its not been easy all the time, mostly because of all the emotions the move, new city, work and people create, but its worth the effort.
Im still very much a tourist, but its getting there- streets become familiar and restaurants become favourite, guys from local flower shop know size of vases in my home for flowers, friends become REAL friends and weekend dinners with them become a wonderful tradition.
Take a look.
another dream come true
Minu üks lemmikuid salajasi Pariisi spotte- Centquatre kunsti ja vabaaja kvartal, mis asub küll centralist kaugemal ja mitte maailma kõige nicemas piirkonnas kuid on väärt külastamist. Sealt leiab nii kunstigaleriisid, kui workshoppe, raamatukogu, tantsutrenne ja perforamance. + siiani pariisi parim hommikusöök ongi just sealt Cafe Cachest.
Üks Pariisi fantastilisi inimleide ja sõpru (loodetavasti pikaks-pikaks ajaks). Äli.
ja piknik eestipariislastega.
Londonist läbihüpe! vihmane päev Shorditch houses ja Cowshedis
Parim ramen londonis @ Bone Daddies
Bambooaed minu eelmise kodu siseõuel
gift from Projekt
why i love paris
Posted by Roberta E. at 4:38 PM