Sunday, 23 March 2014
Thursday, 20 March 2014
Though the film does raise important questions about where we as society and individuals are headed.
How to cure loneliness in modern days? It is simple. Rather than spending time with real people in anxiety of another emotional letdown, I rather hang out with my virtual significant other, who pleases me in every way. My confident, the intimate one, who I share all the major and insignificant moments with; my best friend, who I don't have to fear walks away, because unlike real people, it isn't connected to a physical body. But then what happens when this "person" all of a sudden develops a mind of it's own, an idea of who it want's to be and attempt to be something that it is not?
All in all I really enjoyed watching this film, and would definitely recommend go seeing it, for nothing else, then at least for the beautiful imagery.
Sunday, 16 March 2014
One benefit is all the extra delicious coffee I am drinking to keep up with the pace, I allow myself a little more than usually.
Recently at Embassy East I was offered to try an cappuccino with oat-milk instead of my regular soya and I have to say that although I was hesitant, I became pleasantly surprised. It actually embraces the taste of the coffee in a really good way. Even with a acidity coffee it works. So here is to oatmilk cappuccino.
Hope you all enjoyed the warm weather around Europe this weekend.
Thursday, 13 March 2014
Sunday, 9 March 2014
Having a morning coffee in the sun while reading a good book
and more spring
Today has been such a lovely day, actually the whole of the weekend has just seemed like summer and it makes London a great place to be. Today I went to Denmark Hill to see a David Hockney print exhibition with Marco, but first we had a walk in Dulwich Park and the first Ice-cream of the year.
Hope you all had a great weekend.
Friday, 7 March 2014
Last week we went to Oxford for the day, as my tutor is exhibiting there and we wanted to see it. My roadtrip curse broke half. We had hours of bright blue sky and sunshine, and times where the showers took over and wettened our feet. For a while we sought shelter in a cozy little bike cafe, until we again saw rays of sun on the building opposite.
Oxford was small, but as romantic and idyllic as imagined. I was surprised about the obvious amount of universities in the city, despite knowing that this is what Oxford is famous for. Most of the day was spend walking through the city, we saw a couple of museums and then it was time to take back the train.