After a month getting used to the Ethiopian way of life again, I feel like a corona-proofed Wundertisch! A little private garden-bazar with a well-styled table full of treasures which enriches your home and yourself.
The first Ethiopian Wundertisch is at November 13th from 11 am-1 pm in Old Airport.
I got so much inspiration of living in this interesting part of the world, so the coming weeks I’m continuing to hunt for the Ethiopian and Kenyan treasures and I would like to share them with you on my Wundertisch event – ‘Wunder-ful Table’ in German.
For this Wundertisch event I transform a blank canvas into a gorgeous tablescape; a well-styled table as a gesture of welcoming and hospitality. Everything on & around the table is for sale … except for me ; )
Most products are African and locally made and/or co-created with me, to stimulate local businesses in these hard Covid-times.
If you are interested to join, please call or message me at +251 93 533 1239 so I can share the location with you.
Please note, it is on personal invite and RSVP only due to the Covid situation.
If you want to bring a friend, please share their contact details with me and/or let them RSVP via WhatsApp, so we know how many people are coming due to the Corona situation.
For the ones who don’t know Wundertisch, below a little background and explanation.
Shopping in Addis is quit a challenge and time consuming. Every week there are new products found and some items just disappear during the day. There are a lot of little market shops on the street for fruits and some basics, but as a western family, we mostly shop in supermarkets where they also sell some ‘western/ international’ products.
āmeseginalehu means ‘thank you’ in Amharic. One word you’ll say the whole day as the people in Ethiopia are thankful and so are we for them!
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My bucket list .. it is a never-ending work in progress, continuously updated and being altered. But having a bucket list, is to have a life and utilize it fully before it’s knocked off from under your feet!
This bucket list will hopefully grow with lots of ‘stil-to-be-discovered-on-this-world’-sights, and please feel free to add yours! I also hope some will disappear from this list and will be added to an blog article where I can tell you how I’ve experienced it.
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Yes I discovered it! Im Viadukt, Zürich West, Kries 5, it is!
It is officially fall since September 23rd but here in Switzerland it still feels like summer. Calendar-wise you know you should start getting autumn in your house but the bikini-kinda-life removes these thoughts. A little voice in me tells me there is still no need to get into the fairy pumpkin world. So I created my online pumpkin-free-summerish-autumn-wundertisch and for the ones who can’t resist these thoughts… sst…ok, bring on the pumpkins.