Luckily, Vienna is one of the greenest cities in the world, with a 20km beach along the Danube, small lakes around the city and a wild river area called the “Lobau”. There I decided to establish my summer office location.…
Back to Austria
The gypsy-trio has moved in December to Vienna – Melody is hoping to find some possibilities for business, and Gabriel and Leon are happy to see some old friends and family more frequently. Due to the fact, that we could…
Ban the Clock!
In celebration of the summertime change, we are demanding to ban all kinds of clocks: alarm clocks, wrist watches, public clocks, and software-clocks in smartphones, tablets, PCs and laptops. The clock is the symbol of repression of the working class:…
How to deal with no future – The Zero Point
Do you remember the movie where Tom Hanks is standing at the crossing of two roads that all lead into different directions, until the horizon? Thats the point where Melody and me are finding ourselves quite often. Our little family…
Babbo Natale, Santa Claus, the Jesus Child and Shitting Tió – A true christmas story
If you have people from 4 countries together, you discover at least 5 new christmas traditions. This is what happened to us this year ..
My Friend the Yeast
Gourmets, what are the real nice things in life? Cheese? Bread? Salami? Coffee? Beer? Wine? Whiskey? Cigars?
Tips for Gypsy Mums: Travelling with a Baby
We were floating on the narrowboat along the London canal and Leon was already with us. Still inside and floating as well, but in the amniotic fluid. When I was around 4 months pregnant, me and Gabriel decided to celebrate and to…
To drink your own beer feels like tasting your first tomatoes from the garden, or playing your first song on the guitar. It’s incomparable.
Eddie, The Prophecy and How We Discovered the Beauty of Southern Catalunya
This is the story of our car Eddie. A story of an old hero who gave his best, and died betrayed and of a broken heart, far from his home.
What We Love About Travelling
The more different traditions we see, the more humble we become. We see that our own way of living is not the only one. There are thousands more, and we are very grateful when life allows us sometimes to become a direct witness to them. People invite you into their holy circle and make you a part of their world. You wonder, you smile.