Feeling a little scruffy? Berlin is a city of no-logo fashion, which means that your haircut has to stand out amid the sea of black t-shirts and fetish wear. Luckily there’s a new scissor wizard in town, namely the wonderful Justin Nabbs operating on your bouffant or beehive from his newly opened salon wallacewallace at Brunnenstrasse, 159.
Berlin is a city that attracts an opinionated cohort of expats, locals and transplanted Germans. If you are moving to Berlin you’re going to hear a lot of noise from all sides about what it’s actually like to live and settle in the city.
Let’s face it, Berlin is not always the healthiest city. With a playground of debauchery, supersize bottles of booze on every street corner, and just about every conceivable variation of sausage available from dusk until dawn (we’ve seen you breakfast bratwurst eater and know where you live), you might occasionally wake up feeling a little puffy and gross.
Everyone’s favourite Malaysian / Singaporean popup team, Masak Masak, are taking over the kitchen at Kauz & Kiebitz (Reuterstrasse 47, 12047) on Tuesday 5th March, to make grandma style Hainanese Chicken Rice.
Set amongst the rubble of Kreuzberg’s Ritterstrasse is a mediterranean oasis of healthy, sustainable and most importantly delicious food and drink.
The younger sister of the Tel Aviv kitchen Yafo, Shishi serves a variety of Israeli, middle-eastern and mediterranean dishes, with a unique charm and that high standard of service so rare to find in Berlin.
Expats In Wonderland is looking for a freelance relocation assistant to join our growing family. This is a great opportunity for flexible employment, first on a freelance basis, with the possibility of a part- or full-time contract later on.
Attention aspiring web developers, UX/UI specialists and data analysts! Expats In Wonderland has just started a new partnership with Ironhack, an international bootcamp offering intensive courses to talented programmers and designers. Continue reading »
In January 2019 Expats In Wonderland gave a short talk at the new betahaus Berlin location. The topic of the talk was to explore the process of moving to Berlin from the perspective of international freelancers and entrepreneurs who are from both inside and outside of the EU.
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