Here is very quick-and-dirty collection of some sights of Bangkok, Thailand
So, after a week in Bangkok, what should one write?
And sorry for the mess on the blog right now, everything is under construction. As described earlier, I work on restructuring project22 to make it fully operational sometime.
It looks like a total mess.
You can follow the last real blog entries here – tagged blog.
where to stay, where to live?
A two month trip to Southeast Asia. Continue reading
So – long time ago this blog was set up, first trials were hand-coded, ugly html and php snippets. Eventually someone had this great idea with WordPress and I created my first “Hello World” post, who didn’t? Continue reading
shall will cover everything I do and work on.
Therefore you will have to accept that this blog will change continuously, it will remain in a beta phase for very long, I believe.
I decided to #1 try redesigning and creating this thing myself and #2 I decided not to have a second blog somewhere for trying out. You’ll see everything I try – but – hey, that’s part of the fun, right? Continue reading
A few days later
I just took this picture with my phone, because I liked the perspective, the shape of the book – the dictionary just happened to be on the page with the letter “Ö”. A difficult letter for many, not so for Germans and very very common in the Turkish language.
However, in the last I kept thinking about the title “Words with Ö” and decided, why not turn it into a proper photography project - something to follow over the next weeks, as far as I have time, something to challenge me and – well, at least something I can learn from.
By coincidence I came across this article about personal photography projects - I was challenged and hooked and went for it.
So – ever after I looked around, to find anything turkish starting with an “Ö“. Not a very easy task – it seems in eastern Turkey Ö’s are not as widespread as elsewhere in Turkey. Again and again I pulled out my dictionary, looking for new words with – but somehow my turkish didn’t get any better.
That’s why I’m stuck with this st***d duck, Ördek in Turkish. Obviously the picture is also no good – but I want to proceed – I give up on the Ö and will start looking for a new letter.
Any suggestions, how to choose the next letter? I have a full turkish alphabet to cover.
das hat jetzt also geklappt – ich bin unterwegs mit den Ärzten ohne Grenzen e.V. – in kurz auch MSF genannt, für Medicins sans Frontieres.
Mehr und offizielles zu dem aktuellen Projekt findet Ihr hier auf der Homepage von MSF Deutschland. Gerade habe ich noch gar keine Zeit, selber zu berichten. Ich bin noch viel zu sehr damit beschäftigt, überhaupt zu lernen, was hier eigentlic passiert.
Ich werde mehr berichten,