Hello, it’s the L-Hasi.
Mami and Papi Hasi are in London for a little visit. Yesterday we did the three-hour bus tour around the city. It was very interesting, even for a Londoner. We stop off at Borough market for a bite to eat. As it started to hail and rain heavily, we seemed refuge in Fish. And what a great decision that was. Lovely food and friendly staff. It was splendid.
On a different note, Papi Hasi has decided he wants to drive a red London bus around town, so I’m gonna try to figure out how to arrange that.
Am Engelbecken lebt dieser Reiher. Mir tut er sehr leid, weil er immer alleine ist. Zwar gibt es Enten, Schwäne und Schildkröten, aber keinen anderen Reiher. Oh well, Leben in der Großstadt.
War gestern und heute in Rostock, um mit der Initiative Ästhetik und Nachhaltigkeit eine Ausstellungsstation für diesen Sommer in Meckpom zu planen. Stadt schön, aber lausekalt und mein Gehirn ist jetzt Matsche.war aber ein produktives Treffen.
Well hello Henri. I like you now even a bit more. I’ve seen you in Rostock. For the ones who don’t know Henri. He is the best house mate ever. He keeps everything clean. I want a Henri for Berlin.
Londoners were left delighted – or angry in case they had already done their wardrobe change – as it started snowing today around afternoon in East London and the City.
I don’t want it to snow in Berlin. I’m one of the people who did their wardrobe change at the end of March, optimistic much? But snow in April seems very poetic right now. Late singer Prince – who died last Friday – wrote a song called Sometimes it snows in April. I like to believe he is writing and playing music up there.
Hab heute den Ring genommen. Die Strecke unten von Neukölln nach Schöneberg führt direkt am Tempelhofer Feld vorbei. Und selbst wenn es eiskalt war, war es drinnen mit dem Sonnenschein, richtig angenehm.
I spent a very interesting time with Tobi from Kultour following him on a tour tracing the tracks refugees have left in Berlin across the years. Starting with the Hugenotten at Klosterstraße; the Jewish in Nikolaiviertel; The House of One – the house of worship that brings a synagogue, a church, and a mosque together under one roof; migration movements after the WWII and the Turkish immigration in Kreuzberg in the 60s. Gave me a lot of food for thoughts and I totally recommend it. Might try one of his other tours in the next weeks.