Monday, 20 August 2007
So, we in Poland have festivals as well ;) This one was quite cool as you can see below. It's not the biggest one, cause it's not meant to be such, even though it was impossible to see all the bands and events (industrial art + streetart + architecture as planned). But for us it was possible to see as much as we could from the first row - thanks to Macias who "organised" photopasses.
Funny thing was, that we had there 2 reunions - first finnish one - Michal, Maciek, Ania and me first time altogether after Suomi. And the second one was last.fm reunion, cause Ida, Ania, Maciek, Wojtek and Michals are scrobbling high!
So scroll, scroll people!
Organiser and frontman of Myslovitz. Some of you have heard of this band ;)
electricMia of Electrelane. She had power, so one of us proposed to her.
Kasia Nosowska is a legend!
But we've been playing frisbee ;)
Bassisters Orchestra made jazz'n'rap + hot version of Because we are! And that was high!
I've got a clip for curious ones.
Architecture! Just check what does SZAŁ mean. I cannot translate my feelings. Sorry.
Dick4dick. Performance. Dicks were dancing, shouting, climbing and exploding.
Ścianka, they are taking lsd. Seriously.
Posted by ádám at 11:34
Sunday, 19 August 2007
Some impressions from Jerusalem. The holiest city on Earth.
Lot of more later on.
Take a look at:
View from the Mount of Olives towards the Old Town with the Dome of Rock
Saturday morning walk
Sabbat in Jerusalem (12am)
Wednesday, 15 August 2007
Tuesday, 14 August 2007
sziget 2007 (island, music festival, 7 days)
this years special offer for the 4th day:
tickets even more expensive than last year - not the fake ones ;)
rain, rain rain - was no problem for the strange french guy
kispál és a borz (smallpaul and the badger) - still the best
nine inch nails
fröccs (a jó lovas katonának... remember?) - in a quantity never experienced before
a new photo in the hangover gallery
Saturday, 11 August 2007
Yesterday the whole Israeli trainee crew came to Tel Aviv. Together we visited Jaffa the oldest habour on earth. Here Jews and Muslims livin peaceful together in a kind of renovated, overpriced Disneyland. It also was Shabbat thus the streets were orphaned. Some impressions. Nothin to miss, just you fellows. I can't get rid of illusion that discovering the city with you approved discoverers would be 1000 times more impressive.
Stay like you are and you wont destroy my illusion.
St. Peter of Jaffa
Smile Like You Mean it!
Tent Hostel over the Roofs ( A Shisha after 2 years break!)
*Bonus: Jellyfish! Peterle Yellowbutterle
Thursday, 9 August 2007
You might think I'm only partying and drinking here. No I'm not! I'm also working, studying and sleeping.
However I have to support this impression now.
← THIS is what those of you who don't WANT to visit me this weekend will miss!
Well at first sight it just looks like the cheapest bottle of vodka.
But at second sight (or rather taste) it's even worse! It is... tadaaa... home made Fisu! (Description here, last paragraph, unfortunately in Finnish only... hehe.)
And I have to tell you... It tastes just as crappy as it is supposed to be (of course I have already checked), superperfect!
So now I hope each single one of you is jealous and I can understand it.
Oh, one more thing: I just discovered a website with Finnish jokes, unfortunately in German only. My favourite political incorrect joke about the land of cider:
What is the Swedish war flag looking like?
-White cross on white background.
Okay, some more small news will follow. Now I have to prepare the flat for two important visitors from abroad (Austria and Bavaria) who will arrive this night.
Posted by hellgruen at 23:28
Wednesday, 8 August 2007
Monday, 6 August 2007
hello to all, your posts are cool! It was so good to know you tripping and enjoying while work was flooding over me; the pics and news were a real breath out of this.
Ok, things were not so terrible though as the agency already proposed me to come back after the diploma ;]
but Paris is a jungle I'm glad to leave a bit behind now (arrested three times by the police in one month, it becomes annoying).
So switched'off my brain/& jumped'in a train
here some pics of the coming weeks'program!
Saturday, 4 August 2007
Posted by ádám at 23:13
...are the waves!
Tel Aviv has 14km of beaches. Actually I spent 1/4 of the last days there. Surprisingly with hundreds of Frogs. Putain!
the water is amazingly warm so that I am 'swiming' a couple of minutes in there.
Best thing you can do is a kind of body surfing. Just waiting for some really high waves and throwing yourself in. If it works you are sliding 1m above the sea level befor struggleing and drowning. Joke.
The eternal power of nature got me and my limited forces yesterday. Made something wrong, a wave got me and I was thrown to the sandy ground. The resting little wound I call now Neptune's Kiss. Hero like.
The beaches are really amazing. And absolutely safe. The life guards seem to call everyone back who's trying to escape Little France. I don't understand what they are saying but they speak the whole afternoon across the masses. At 7 pm they close the supervising with a little ceremony and strike the red flags. Shalom. It's not dangerous anymore!