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Hamburg Christmas Market

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Date: 17th December 2015

I never imagined I’d have to write the second part of Hamburg, because I spent so little time there, and I really thought I have covered it all! Well turns out not, and my memory fails me :0, I write so little about the Christmas Market because I thought I lose all of the photos. I mistakenly think it’s in Hanover! Haha, well, here it is. Honestly, this one is the less crowded and more explained one, because I am in my friend’s town!

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update-1 Totally never see pengamen with this instruments back in my country

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Berlin – Euro(esca) pe

Sorry it’s late! There are so much I want to write that I decided I will separate into other posts. I will try to post the main review of cities on Thursday, while the smaller post every other day. Stay tuned!

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After fascinated by Doha’s Science Fiction wonders, I finally… landed in Berlin! Woohoo! Europe! It’s my first time being in another continent.

Berlin is quite a wonder. After completing my trip, I realize how lucky I am to have Berlin as my starting point. It is really a mixed city, metropolitan, but didn’t give the shiny-tall-buildings-everywhere scenery. At least not in the tourist center, and that’s quite big. It’s a history packed location, but not full of ruin. It’s full of facilities but not overly crowded. You got what I mean?

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Stay tuned! Will be under Euro(esca)pe

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Christmas at Europe. A dim light casting a soft light to a wall of brick, horse cradle inching it’s way over cobble stone, while snow are falling softly, blanketing everything in sight into a world of white. Family are rounding the table inside the small houses, devouring traditional Christmas meal.

Who hasn’t dream of spending their Christmas in Europe and entering the world of that perfect postcard Christmas picture? Anyone who has been reading Christmas stories growing up must want it, or they are just bitter disillusioned people. No, but joking aside, that’s how I imagine spending Christmas in Europe would feel like.

SAM_2984 The closest I get to my Christmas imagination in reality

And that’s exactly what I have done : Spending my Christmas holiday in Europe!

I am from Southeast Asia and therefore, going to Europe seems like a very big trip – long distance, very different culture, and expensive cost…

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