Berlin, Germany: Boat Tour

This is the first time for us to visit Berlin during winter.

On our 2nd day in Berlin, me and my whole gang went boating. Well we were lucky that there is still like a boat tour during winter time. We kinda expected that we will not be able to follow our agenda with doing a boat ride because it is unusual to do a boating tour during winter time.

The boat tour is an hour roaming around Berlin. I must say that the tour almost covers most of the tourists spots of Berlin. You can go above the boat and stay there to get the 360 view. In the boat they serve food and drinks, which is nice after the long stay at the top of the boat. The only thing that I find not really nice was that the tour during that time was only spoken in German and we dont speak german. It would be lovely if they also allow english version of the tour even in winter.

Well It was still nice to visit and do a boat ride during winter. We experienced lots of snow this time!


Watch out for the bridge! It’s kinda low.


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Berlin 2015

Honeymoon in Berlin!

What is the best way to do after our winter wedding? Be in Berlin with the ones we care and love much.

This time we took the boat tour and saw Berlin at it’s best. We did really have a great time at that time :)


Berlin Boat Tour

31st of January 2015

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January 29 2015- The day I became Mrs. Janssen.

We are married!

We are married!

“This day I married my best friend, the one I laugh with, live for, dream with and love unconditionally.”


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2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 750 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 13 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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The Fault In Our Stars

I love the book and I love the movie.  That’s the first thing I said after I read and watched the movie.

The book:


I’ve been searching for the English version of the book for the past months. Most of the time when I go to a bookshop, they only offer a copy of this book in Dutch language. I’m still one of those people who actually prefer real books than e-readers. I was super happy to have finally found the book.  I actually did not know what to expect about this book. I haven’t read anything about it but I was curious enough to give it a try since almost everybody is going gaga about it.

Honestly, I can’t put the book down. It took me several days to actually finish the story. I also brought my copy at work and find time to read it when im not that busy.  I love the story, it’s not the ordinary ones as I may say. It’s light on some parts and heavy most of the time. Tears come flowing, I am moved.

The movie:


When I knew that there would be a movie of The Fault In Our Stars, I said to myself that I have to go watch it. I have to watch it as soon as the movie arrives here in the Netherlands. I’m kinda proud that they shot a part of the film in Amsterdam in which where I used to go everyday.

After watching the movie, it made me think about the one I read.  They actually filled my imagination. I already expected that they will look the same. They gave justice to the book and I’m happy about it. I can’t stop sobbing at the cinema. I like the way on how they portray the characters in the book. Free flowing and it seems like it’s natural which I kinda like and not thinking that they are actors in a movie.

In real life, I kinda know how it is like to deal with people with cancer. I have handled patients with cancer and know people who are fighting and still fighting cancer. I hate how cancer is being a bitch to people, how it actually change people’s lives. I salute and respect the ones who are dealing with it. They are strong,  they are really strong people.

14th of July 2014

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Happy New Year!

A bit late but still I got the time to greet all my readers and fellow bloggers.

I wish you all the best for the year 2015! This  year will be very awesome!

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The Philippines: Antipolo (Holy Week)

It was Holy week at this time when we were in Antipolo. We like going there because we can see the skyline of Manila plus it is a bit cooler there than in the big city. We also visited one of our favorite church (like we always do) and this time it was special because we were there during holy week.

Since it is holy week, the church is really busy and there is a procession. Oh, the only thing we did not like is that we waited more than an hour in the car because we were stuck in the traffic.  We did not realize that the procession will be big and it will take a long time. We waited almost an hour before our car can move again.




 18th of April 2014


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