Day 263 – Clean-up Frankfurt

Throughout the summer, Clean FFM has been running regular events for the community to help pick-up litter in different rubbish hot-spots around the city. Since March, I've definitely noticed an increase in bottles and picnic remains everywhere. It got so bad in the city in July that Clean FFM made a point by providing a… Continue reading Day 263 – Clean-up Frankfurt

Day 256 – Siesmayer Cafe

If you've been following me for a while you'll know that it's no secret I like the sweet stuff. Cakes, tarts, chocolate, you name it! Whilst I normally like to be making it, I love to venture out and taste the real deal from time to time. A few months ago a lovely friend got… Continue reading Day 256 – Siesmayer Cafe

Day 248 – Kakigori

Looking at the some of the food posts from the last month or so, it really looks like I've been on a bit of a Japanese food kick. From mochi, to okonomiyaki, I've been reaching out and trying some new things from a style of food that I already love. Today, I tried something else… Continue reading Day 248 – Kakigori

Day 241 – Paulskirche

I've lived in Frankfurt for around eight years now, and during that time I've come to appreciate some of its history. Not only the famous people born in Frankfurt including Anne Frank, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Martin Lawrence (discovered that one just now!), but also the beautiful buildings and architecture. One building that I… Continue reading Day 241 – Paulskirche

Day 228 – Art Exhibition

I have done a few arty new things so far this year – I painted a picture, created a dog sculpture, and even painted a picture with my feet – today I exceeded all of them and took part in an art exhibition. A Hannah original. Unfortunately, it wasn't to showcase my world-class art –… Continue reading Day 228 – Art Exhibition

Day 207 – Odenwald trail

I'm really lucky to live close to a forest, and although I've loved going in now and again over the past few years, it's been the last four months that I've had the most use out of it. It's been perfect to escape the house for a little while, without going too far away to… Continue reading Day 207 – Odenwald trail

Day 206 – Tonka bean ice cream

Today's entry isn't the most exciting, but it was still something absolutely brand new. Plus, it involves ice cream, so it's a little bit exciting. I was meeting my friend by the Alte Oper in Frankfurt in today's sunny weather when we decided ice cream absolutely had to be our next plan. The area around… Continue reading Day 206 – Tonka bean ice cream

Day 168 – Ninjutsu

Every year in Frankfurt there is a fantastic Japanese film festival called the Nippon Connection. As well as showing interesting films from Japan, the programme is always jam-packed with various exhibitions, classes, and concerts all on different aspects of Japanese culture. This year, the festival was entirely online, and although I didn't catch any films,… Continue reading Day 168 – Ninjutsu

Day 99 – Online art museums

During my interview with Ann at #365firstschallenge the other day, we briefly touched upon how easy it was to find new things to do during the times of social isolation. Every day there appears to be an abundance of new resources, recipes, tutorials, and opportunities available, and I'm actually finding it hard to fit it… Continue reading Day 99 – Online art museums

Day 74 – Used an e-scooter

E-scooters seemed to have popped up everywhere last summer: in Frankfurt thousands seemed to appear overnight last June. As I was in the middle of chemotherapy at the time I never tried one, but also, they sounded pretty scary. I've jumped out of the way of people zooming past, and heard many anecdotes of accidents… Continue reading Day 74 – Used an e-scooter