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NYE Amsterdam

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I live pretty much just around the corner, but it wasn’t until last week that I finally visited Amsterdam. Every time I travel I lose my heart a little bit, falling in love with this new place, the atmosphere, the people. Okay there’s definitely a few places that I don’t have any urge to re-visit, but the general rule is that I fall in love a little. And with Amsterdam as well.

We did HomeExchange, staying in the center of the city in a wonderful neighborhood, having an entire apartment to ourselves, free of cost – for me this is one of the the best ways to travel. I’ve stayed the most amazing places around the world, and only had great experiences. If you haven’t tried this yet, I highly recommend you to.

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Even in the cold winter weather, the city is so beautiful that you feel like you’re walking around inside an old painting.

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IMG_2619In the winter, the Amsterdam Light Festival has filled the city with amazing art installations. This one is titled ‘178 bottles – one message’ and is a reference to the 178 nationalities living in Amsterdam. It’s created from bottles, lighting up while changing into all 178 flags, and obviously the message is LOVE.

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A lot of time was spent just wandering around admiring all the street art. IMG_2647 (2)

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I tried to do a panorama on this one, but it was such a narrow alley that I couldn’t get backwards enough.

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I do love Curtis Kulig and his ‘Love Me’, so seeing this made me happy. Last time was the Easter Egg hunt in New York.

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And then a little wisdom for the bike ride..

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And last, New Years Eve. Simply magical.

We didn’t get home until 6 in the morning – I can’t even remember when I last time partied this long and had so much fun. Btw I think this is the first picture ever on my blog that I’m actually in, even if it is only the back of me.

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If you haven’t been yet, go visit Amsterdam, do homeexchange, explore and have fun. And may 2015 be an amazing year with expanding horizons, valuable insights and a million reasons for gratitude.

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Firebird and Rumi

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Art; Firebird by Susan Seddon-Boulet

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Artsy inspiration

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dreamBIG         

       

           

          .. and never too old, either.

     So whatever your dream is, go for it!

            – and never ever give up ♥

Limitless graffiti

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If you haven’t already watched this awesome video, do take a few minutes to enjoy the unfolding creativity of this collaboration between Selina Miles and Sofles.

Seriously, I wanna live in that warehouse…

No words tonight

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… just a little love…

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Believe

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I did not make this, it’s something I came across online and really wanted to share here.

The lines and the colors of it feels raw, almost coincidental, and the message is so simple and so true.

 

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Isn’t is lovely?

Reading Art

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Jonathan Safran Foer – Tree of Codes

 

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As you explore the layers of fragmented meaning…

This book is brilliant.