Islands for beginners in Germany

A guest write up by my friend Felix Ernesto Hück. He engages in international art projects that make their way to Frankfurt and contributes to film festivals dedicated to Latin America or Asia. Also, he translates for subtitles and has a strong passion for photography and videography. In Germany, houseboats have become a trend during… Continue reading Islands for beginners in Germany

Gamusa Travels- I am praying this to be my post retirement place! Engelberg and Mt. Titlis.

I woke up to the bright yet cold sun rays dancing through the large window of my hotel room. It was 5.30 in the morning, and another 30 minutes for my alarm to go off. I have always had this difficulty with ‘stranger’ beds, doesn’t let me sleep in peace – trust issue eh? Deciding… Continue reading Gamusa Travels- I am praying this to be my post retirement place! Engelberg and Mt. Titlis.

Born Of Fire

Two Murano glass art pieces in the making. An inside peek into the world-famous glassblowing art by the craftsmen. Ancient legend says that glass was created by chance on sandy river banks in Syna: Phoenician merchants saltpeter blocks to make campfires on the sand, and the mix of these elements and the heat produced this new surprising material.… Continue reading Born Of Fire