Gallivanting through Brandenburg continued with a day hiking trip to the Templiner See. Impressive garden railways, crispy leaves rustling under our feet, raspberries ripe for the picking, a mild case of sunburn and a warming dusk-like sun made for a wonderful day out with two wonderful people and resulted in a mediocrely edited-together video.
The day arrived when my friend Charlotte and I thought we should settle a Berlin-wide debate: Which side of the fence to stand on as far as Daluma is concerned. Daluma is the raw food haven for raw-foodies, vegans and generally anybody young living in Prenzlauer Berg or Mitte who owns a pair of black Nike trainers for purposes other than jogging.
Were we entitled to mock it? Catcalling it pretentious, over-priced and all for show? Or, were we wrong to be so harsh? Only one way to find out, dress to impress Daluma-style and shimmy on over for lunch.
A terrifying, uphill car journey before paragliding over the still lake waters and feeling like a bird -albeit a slightly scared one! -numerous jaunts out on pedalos at Margy Beach, aperitivos at all times of the day with a pirlo (spritz), celebratory barbecues, a hike up to the impressive remains of the Gleno Dam, failing miserably at taking underwater photos, coffees on balconies, a lovely new sunhat, night-time chats and layers of suncream…
Music: Celluloid Jam -Fire