Santa Teresa is a bohemian neighborhood with shops, eateries and pubs. You can spend an afternoon, evening or night strolling through it's winding streets.
Some of the great paint from a walk through the Bronx.
A bright and super ornate temple dedicated to the Hindu God Genesha.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a newer Buddhist temple located in Chinatown.
Quite impressive and should rank high on the shortest of lists while visiting Kyoto.
Still not totally sure what I came away with. I think my new key chain is a famous wrestler(?).
What makes the dedication of this temple so special is the one thousand gold plated, cypress statues of The Thousand Armed Kanoon's likeness inside.
The sex superstore called M's is mostly what you are thinking: vibrating phallus shaped rubber, naughty cosplay outfits and hot dog porn.
After trying to wrap my head around the engineering challenges of building this citadel the awe really started to set in ...
I was spurred on to try the coca leaf and the candies after reading how they fend off altitude sickness. I was also very curious.
"Candlelight and Dubonnet on ice"
Some close-ups on the graffiti of The East Side Gallery.
When I first visited the East Side Gallery 5 years ago the murals were clean except for a few scribbled notes.
I didn't make it to Berghain (my trip didn't fall on the weekend) but I did check out the scene at a few other places in the hip hood of Kreuzberg.
Hey, why not put that pocket computer down and have your picture taken the old fashioned way?