Hi, my name is Thinkie, welcome to my blog!
I'm a student in cultural studies, a museum enthusiast, a scrapbooker and an art journaler. I love to travel within Europe and I enjoy photography. You can read more about me on my homepage.
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In August...August started with two more days of Castlefest. On saturday I hung out with Danja, Wilma and Bram and shortly met up with several others. On Sunday I hung out mostly with Bram and Bob, and we saw Maarten and J. I had a fantastic 3 days!
I visited my grandparents on my grandmother's birthday.
Marcel invited me over to see Boyhood. The movie was worth while, and it was fun to hang out together.
Another visit to my grandparents. Wilma, Frank, Danja, my cousin and two of my uncles were there as well.
I studied for my historiography exam and took it. It went well, I think. I'll have to wait a while before I get my grade.
Bram and I spent a week in Berlin with a whole bunch of nice, weird people. Museums, 35+ degrees celcius, the Zoo, lectures, an improv theatre workshop, tea shops, building my own caleidoscope, a visit to a depot of the Egyptian Museum, nice food, a beach club and one of my favorite cities... I had a wonderful week!
A short visit to Roeland and poes Poes.
I did some hanging out with Maarten. a weird thing happened: the air turned pink, then purple/lilac, then orange.
More hanging out with Bram, including a shopping excursion, watching Sherlock together and playing Mr. Jack.
My point-and-shoot camera died. I got myself a Samsung WB350F to replace it. I've only tested it for a few days, but it looks like Sam and I will be getting along just fine.
Bram, JK and I visited the Noordbrabants Museum and Stedelijk Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Afterwards, we walked around town for a while and had dinner together.
My grandmother gave us a health scare, but she seems to be doing somewhat better now.
Mark, Bram and I went to see the sculptures at the Voorhout in The Hague. There was an antique market going on so the place was pretty crowded with stands and people. We then took a tram to Scheveningen, where a had ice cream for lunch and visited another part of the exhibition, that was shown in Museum Beelden aan Zee. After dipping our feet into the sea, we went over to Maarten's, and the four of us had dinner together and sat on the balcony enjoying the sight of a thunder storm.
Geplaatst op 01-09-2015.