This is how my workplace looks like on a monday morning. A cup of coffee, candels, my Lenovo and a book by Bernard Cornwell. Today I’m going to do some uni stuff (again), which contains reading books and essays about art and culture in Medieval Europe. And I also have to continue writing on one of my term papers. I’m definitely not motivated to do that! But I just have three weeks left…
Nevertheless, I rather reading novels. 😀 Do you guys also read more than one book in a time? I’m now reading four books: Stonehenge (by Bernard Cornwell), The architect’s apprentice (by Elif Shafak), S. (by Doug Dorst and J.J. Abrams) and Outlander (by Diana Gabaldon) – which I’m reading most of the time.
I wish you all a nice october monday with lots of motivation! xx Rike
October is my favourite month. It’s because I love autumn, the colours, the smell, the temperature and Halloween. And yeah – it’s sweater-weather timeeeeee. Today I’m just preparing some blog post and hunting for the perfect autumny photos.
The Bird Tribunal is a book by the norwegian author Agnes Ravatn. It’s about two people, their lives and secrets, the norwegian forest and fjord. The perfect thriller for this season!
I wish you all a nice and sunny October day. See you soon, xx Rike ♡
Some weeks ago I did a little shoot with my bestie Steffi. Since we’ve moved together we wanted to have some shooting projects but never really got the time. So one day we went out. After she got the photos and edited them I totally forgot to write a post and show you the result…
Here it is! I hope you enjoy it. In the next weeks I want to post more photos from this and another shoot.
I hope you guys have a nice week!
P.S. Steffi also wants to create an own website to present her photography skills and projects. When it’s online I will link it to my website. Hope you guys will check it out! 😉
Heraklion was our first station when we landed on the airport in Crete, first of all because the airport is just a few km from Heraklion Centre. We stayed there for two nights, traveld than to Agia Galini, came back to Heraklion after some days, stayed there again for two nights and then we took the ferry to Mykonos 😀 Thats basically the travel-story.
In Heraklion we stayed at two different hotels, which were close to the centre and the marina.
Heraklion is the capital of the island Crete and was also an important place in ancient times. Today it’s first of all a tourist magnet, where you can do some amazing shopping and eat at nice restaurants. The prices are the same as in Germany, in shops and restaurants, except for public transport and (super-)markets.
Tomorrow I will post some pictures of Knoss.
Have a nice autumnal day!
My vacation in Greece – Crete and Mykonos was AWESOME.
We were in Iraklio, did some shopping at MAC and visited Knossos, then we travelled southwards to Agia Galini. It is such a nice (tourist-)town, and the Iro Hotel was absolutly beautiful, this view every morning was stunning. Mid-September aren’t so many tourists there, so we had the pleasure to sunbathe at an almost empty beach. And because of the crystal clear water (that was ultra salty) we had so much fun diving. Whenever, I would decide to visit Crete again, i would probably go to Agia Galini once again.