How I went to 8 wonderful countries, got heaps of expat awards, was on radio with the BBC, & met Prince William in 2017!

How I went to 8 wonderful countries, got heaps of expat awards, was on radio with the BBC, & met Prince William in 2017!

Happy New Year everyone.

It’s officially 2018!!!!!

My goodness!

2017 was a mixed bag of a year, but that hasn’t stopped me from making plans to conquer the world. I’ll give you all the details next week!!

But first, let’s take a walk down memory lane of all the countries that I went to last year, and what I did. According to my statistics, over 100,000 people read my blog in some form or other, last year.

100,000 people!!

To think I only started this blog a little over four (4) years ago. Isn’t that marvellous?

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I would just like to thank some very important people – YOU!

Thank you so much for reading, making comment, and sticking with me. I love you all!

So let’s start with the country of my birth (England), and end with my new home-country (Germany). Here we go. Choose your poison….!


  • England
  • Holland
  • The Czech Republic
  • Austria
  • Croatia
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Germany

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Article 50 & Brexit in the UK. Everything you need to know!

Yeah, the issue of Brexit went from bad to worse!

Sadly, we British Europeans, and others like us who voted for #Remain in 2016, lost out. Having said that, I did quite a few academic debates and talks about it, as well as a few newspaper interviews!

The question of what is to become of Brits abroad and EU citizens in the UK, is a sore point right now, and I’m sure there will be lots more debates to come.

We’re not leaving!

I really enjoy talking about important political issues, as much as I enjoy travelling. I don’t tend to write much (Ha! Ha!) about the politics of the day, and that tends to lead to an impression that I’m quite frothy.

Until they hear me speak.

I have a BSc. Political Science, with a Major, in European Politics. As well as an MA in Leadership & Management.

I think I know what I’m talking about!

Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner for Bild am Sonntag
©Christian Spreitz

I believe that leaving the EU was a mistake.

I’m very, very sad about the awful outcome, but I’m still proud to be British.

Is it any wonder that when I got a letter in the post, summoning me to an “invitation only” event organised for Their Royal Highnesses William, The Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, that I was enormously proud, and very excited.

And honestly, when I met them, I almost fainted with nerves, and spent most of the evening with a huge grin on my face, a sweaty forehead, and shaky hands!

Prince William & Kate Middleton
©Getty Images

Here are the posts that I wrote about Britain, being a British expat, and the United Kingdom as a whole, or where I was featured:

Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – Metro Magazine (Annual Body Issue) – April 2017 Edition – the Philippines!

I didn’t do too badly, me thinks!

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How I went to Liverpool, and I wasn’t robbed!
© Liverpool 360

I spent a considerable amount of time in England last year, and I did so because even though I’m a British European, I still love my original home-country that is England – the land of Hope and Glory n’ all that!

In fact, last year I must have been in and out, at least three times. Most of it was to visit family, but two (2) were connected to travel and one (1) was an invitation to BBC London!

I was featured on BBC Radio 4 which is a huge deal in the UK.

A HUGE deal!

BBC Radio 4 – Woman’s Hour – Late Night Woman’s Hour hosted by Lauren Laverne
©Phil Sharp

I was flown to London, fêted, and everything, and the recording can be heard on the podcast on the side panel.

When I go there, I did a radio magazine programme called Woman’s Hour. It’s a broadcast consisting of reports, interviews and debates on health, education, cultural and political topics aimed at women.

I was on the series called BBC Radio 4 – Woman’s Hour – Late Night Woman’s Hour, presented by Lauren Laverne. The series airs on a late night slot and each episode is on a single topic for discussion every month!

The topic for June 2017 was Travel and Adventure!


That was so awesome!

Here’s what I wrote:

24 hours in London: 24 things to do!
I haven’t been back to Manchester for quite some time!

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Dutch children in traditional costume.

I love travelling with our son, and even though he’s 15 (gulp), it won’t be long until he’ll want to be travelling with his friends.

In Northern European countries that age tends to be between 16 and 17 years old, as young people are more independent, and their parents liberal, tolerant, and open-minded.

In that wise, I decided to go to Amsterdam and Zaandam, for the weekend, with our teenager in tow!

If you’re nervous about taking your children to Holland, don’t be, it’s a normal country just like any other, and many parents travel with their kids to Holland and to Amsterdam, with absolutely no issues at all. Here’s how to do it:

How to visit Amsterdam: Introducing Zaandam – a Dutch traditional town with windmills!

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Myself with ski leaders in Rokytnice nad Jizerou – Czech Republic

Every two years, we go skiing.

I’m a great fan of the Czech Republic, after all, once upon a time, I lived in Prague

So I usually like to ski there.

Even though I travel a lot, I’m a creature of habit as far as hotels and apartments are concerned. If I like the location, I usually go there again!

Last year, there was so much going on in January & February, that I forgot to write about it. Oops!

I did push out photos and videos on Facebook & Twitter. If you don’t want to miss out, follow me on Twitter here!

Here’s what I wrote previously…

Myself in Prague reading something and looking all serious, but not completely serious!

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Having a hotdog and beer, on a rainy day in Vienna, is more exciting than you think!

Austria must be one of the loveliest countries in Europe.

When an opportunity to visit, came up, I didn’t hesitate.

That opportunity was to be the “0” birthday of my husbandThe Music Producer!

I wanted somewhere “nice” and not too far away.

And I wanted somewhere connected to music.

Vienna was just the place!


Here’s what I wrote:

At the Vienna Opera Ball.
@ WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud/Couture Vivienne Westwood

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How to visit the Balkans: Introducing Croatia – the dream of Game of Thrones!

Croatia was marvellous!

It was the first time that I had ever been to the Balkan States, my 62nd country, and the first (1st) new country for 2017!

I’m a strong supporter of Europe, and I have a weakness for tiny countries in the middle of beyond!

However, when I pitched Croatia to my husband – The Music Producer – he wasn’t initially convinced.

How to visit the Balkans: Introducing Croatia – the dream of Game of Thrones!

He thought that Croatia would be too far into Eastern Europe, leading into the throngs of Albania, Romania, and Bulgaria.

He wasn’t excited at all!

He soon changed his mind.

Because Game of Thrones.

Tell me the secrets. Pleeeeease!
@Game of Thrones star – Thomas Wlaschiha

I found it terribly exciting to recognise the exact locations where the popular fantasy series is filmed.

And not only that, but I even got to meet one of the major minor characters, a few months later – Tom Wlaschiha – otherwise known as Jaqen H’ghar – the handsome hero of the Faceless Men of Braavos, a feared Order of mysterious assassins with the ability to change their appearance at will…!

I must be one of the world’s biggest nerds, as I was one of the very few people who actually recognised him…

We liked Croatia so much, that within two months, we decided to go to it’s “sister country” Slovenia, too!

Here’s what I wrote:

How to visit the Balkans: Introducing Croatia – the dream of Game of Thrones!

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At Ljubljana Castle – A 5 minute introduction to Slovenia!

Slovenia was the third (3rd) new country for 2017, and an utter delight!

One of the reasons that I decided to go to their capital city is because I’m weird, and I like going to interesting exotic places!

Seriously though, the reason why I want to go to Slovenia is because I’ve heard such a lot of wonderful things from practically everyone! And remember, just two years ago, I hadn’t heard of any of the Baltic or Balkan States.

In fact, I couldn’t even pronounce them!

A delicious mug of cold beer in Ljubljana – Slovenia!

We had a lovely time, and this is what we did:

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A Swedish hotdog in Stockholm – Sweden!

Sweden was a completely new country, so we decided to visit Stockholm.

Not only that, but we were looking for an adventure.

And when I say we, obviously, I mean I, as The Tall Young Gentleman was exhausted!

You know me long enough to fear that I would never take the straight and easy path. It always has to be complicated, slightly weird and kooky to match!

Travelling with FlixBus to Sweden

So we travelled from Berlin – Stockholm – Berlin entirely by coach-bus!

Ha! Ha! Ha!

It was crazy, and I vowed never to do it again, and two weeks later, did exactly the same thing!

Read on to find out why:

Stockholm is a most fascinating city, that is why EVERYONE is here!

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28 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Berlin, I’ll never let you go!

This blog.

My blog.

The British Berliner

Has been in existence for over four (4) years.

My first ever blog post was in late October 2013, and what a post!

I’m still getting comments and hate mail about it, and why is that so?

How to be a German – 10 ways to do it!
Claudia Schiffer – Paris 1989 – ©2017 Herb Ritts Foundation.

Well, check it out for yourself and tell me what you think.

In fact, why not make your own comment. And the title of said piece – Germany is Boring! 


If only people would actually read things…

Ah well!

Best of Berlin – 4 years and counting!
An Affair with Chocolate – ©Sarah Robinson

The fact is, I’ve been living in Germany for over 15 years. Yes, 15 years!


Who would have thought that not only would I be living in this wonderful city – Berlin, but I would be married to a German bloke to boot!

If anyone had told me this years ago, I would have laughed in their face!

The Music Producer at Piccadilly Gardens – The Northern Quarter – Manchester

And even though I’m British, and I’ve been living here as an expat for years, it never gets old. In fact, I still feel as if I’ve only just got here!

So is it any wonder that I wrote the following posts about Germany:

Beer in Germany isn’t a joke.
How to be a German – 10 ways to do it!

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It’s all about the beer – Best of Berlin – 4 years and counting!


Oh yeaaaah! Berlin baby! I’ve been living here as an expat for 15 years. I know Berlin that’s why I am The British Berliner! So without further delay, here are the lovely posts that I wrote in 2017 just for you:


2017 was a mixed bag of a year.

2017 was a mixed bag of a year.

In some ways, it went terribly bad, and in other ways it was fabulous.

But that year is over, so let’s look forward to another exciting outcome.

The work of a lifestyle, expat, travel blogger is never done, so I’ll leave with you with some of my most inspiring motivational posts!

How to start a blog in just a mere 10 minutes: A simple guide!
I pledge to travel and to share others how to do so too!
Happy bloggers at ITB Berlin – ©Natalie Deduck –
I’m a big advocate for smart travel and that includes safety and security.
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In short, I had a blast in 2017, and there’s many more exciting things about to start for me in 2018!

I love the life of the roving journalist and blogger about town.

I have a family and I have a life. Most importantly, I’ve already found my home-base – Berlin – and I’m extremely happy with where I am and who I am.

52 fantastic posts!

Thank you so much for your support everyone. 2017 was a great year. Here’s to the next.

Bottoms up!

I'm not really a beach person as I prefer mountains and rivers or beach destinations that have more than the sea to recommend them! Me at the Grotto in the Algarve!
I’m not really a beach person as I prefer mountains or beach destinations that have more than the sea to recommend them!

I have so much to say, so next week I will be sharing some of my travel destinations for 2018 with you.

It”s a New Year. Hip! Hip! Hurrah!


How I went to 8 wonderful countries, got heaps of expat awards, was on radio with the BBC, & met Prince William in 2017!

This article is not sponsored, and the thrilling countries that I visited in 2017, were all my very own!

In January I’ll be making an announcement that will probably surprise you. Find out throughout January!

I went on a press trip to Hamburg. Watch out for the details!

I’ll be continuing my last visit to the UK later in the month!

In a few weeks, I’ll be visiting Belgium!

I’ll be at the British Shorts Film Festival taking place between 11th – 17th January. If you’re an aspiring film-maker submission is free of charge, so hurry!

I’ll be at the most famous burlesque-fantastic Berlin operetta – Frau Luna – Operette in zwei Akten, taking place at TIPI AM KANZLERAMT, between 11th January – 11th March. Everyone’s most excited!

I’ll be at Berlin Fashion Week taking place between 16th – 18th January.

I’ll be at the 33rd British Council Literature Seminar – #BritLitBerlin taking place between 25th – 27th January, 2018. If you want to attend or join in, registration is now open!

Save the Date!

I’ll be there. Will you?

If you’re not in Berlin in January, then where the hell are you?

January is going to be splendid!

See you next week!

How I went to 8 wonderful countries, got heaps of expat awards, was on radio with the BBC, & met Prince William in 2017!

Watch this space!

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How I came to live in Prague once upon a time – Wonderful Prague!

As lovely as Prague!
As lovely as Prague!



Wonderful Prague!

Apart from my actual historical home-town of Manchester, there are but four (4) brilliant cities that I have always either contemplated to be “home” or to have a piece of my heart in some way, and they are Berlin, London, Hong Kong and Prague.

Unsurprisingly, they are all somewhat similar in the sense that they are old cities filled with history and glory, choc-a-bloc with people of charm and intelligence, crammed with artistic creativity, edgy enough to push you to the wall but not too much to make you jump off a high building, have rivers flowing through them and plenty of opportunities to “make it” if you feel so inclined.

And I have lived in them all.

Hong Kong © Ángel Riesgo Martínez
Hong Kong
© Ángel Riesgo Martínez

Except for Hong Kong.

I’ve been there.

I’ve met people and had fantastic adventures.

And I was that close to making a move onto a fascinating island on the Asian continent.

When something more exciting happened to me…

Perhaps I’ll tell you sometime.

Perhaps not!

Anyway, my life and career after university started in the Czech Republic.

In Prague.


Good King Wenceslas himself on the very aptly named Wencelas Square in Prague!
Good King Wenceslas himself on the very aptly named Wencelas Square in Prague!

The Czech Republic is a country in Eastern-Central Europe and as such, a part of the old Eastern Bloc! It is bordered by Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland and was formed in the late ninth (9th) century as the Duchy of Bohemia!

The Czech Republic, previously known as Czechoslovakia, was traditionally divided into three lands known as Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia or Slezko (also part of Poland). However, the Czech Republic has also been known as the Czech/Bohemian land, the land of the Bohemian Crown and the land of the Crown of Saint Wenceslas.

Yep! The Saint Wenceslas of ye olde English carols such as:

“Good King Wenceslas once looked out.

On the Eve of Stepheeeeeeen!

‘Though the snow lay round about

It was crisp and eeeeeeeven!”

I had absolutely no idea that the old Stephen that we always sang about as children, was that Stephen!

In memory of The Fallen, in Prague.
In memory of The Fallen, in Prague.

After the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1918, the name Czechoslovakia was coined to reflect the union of the Czech and Slovak nations within the one country.

Once the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 occurred, the two nations decided to part ways peacefully in 1993, turning into the Czech Republic of which Prague is the capital and Slovakia (not Slovenia!) in which Bratislava is the capital.

Back in the day, I lived in both nations which even though have separated, still have enormous respect for each other and happily, there have been no problems at all and you can travel quite easily between the two nations and not even notice the border!

In fact, the Czech Republic ranks as the eleventh (11th) most peaceful country in the world so if you’re looking for stability, development, democracy and peace, move to Iceland!


The clock on Staromeska!

With streets paved with cobblestones and long shadows descending from glowing lanterns, it’s no wonder that I used to live in Prague.

Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic – is the largest city in it’s young nation. A nation of 1.2 million people.


I have always had a love affair with Prague. I mean, I went there as a young graduate, straight from an academic university with stars in my eyes and political philosophy in my mind.

During my last year at university, I was head-hunted by a fellow student who had been working as a summer camp co-ordinator with a company that focused on developing countries.

I wanted to work in a developing country.

I wanted to do something to help those less fortunate than myself.

Helping the less fortunate! In Prague.
Helping the less fortunate!
In Prague.

And that was how it began.

I was tasked to be the Joint Manager and Co-Ordinator of a British summer camp, in conjunction with the University of Central England in Birmingham.

I was scared to death to be in charge of 100 disadvantaged and deprived teenage children and twelve (12) High School teachers, from the North of England.

I must have done alright ‘cos then they promoted me to Project Development Officer responsible for universities, graduates and young professionals in the UK. And it was all grand hobnobbing and spending most of my time at Oxford and Cambridge.

But you see, I wanted to work abroad.

I have always wanted to work abroad.

So when that call came. I was ready.

The company knew that I had wanted to go to India (I know!) but they had something else for me. Eastern Europe.

Photo@ Avisionn Photo

Eastern Europe in the 90’s was dismal, in distress and pretty undeveloped. “Would I be interested?”

I was.

“When would that be?”

“Well, the thing is. Quite soon.”

“How soon?”



“Yeah, tomorrow!”

I didn’t hesitate and said yes. They assured me it would only be for about six (6) weeks.

I came back two (2) years later!

And that was it. I was in love.

St Charles Bridge Prague © Jorge Royan
St Charles Bridge Prague
© Jorge Royan

With Prague!

Oh yes, I lived in Prague and became the Regional Project Manager in Eastern Europe responsible for starting up an educational business in both Prague (the Czech Republic) and Bratislava (Slovakia).

It was the best thing ever and basically made me what I am today because at university, I was quite an arrogant, privileged little thing.

I was an academic, bright, young and clever. I had the world at my feet and I knew it.

I even used to be Head Girl for goodness sake (see Harry Potter), and I had parents who gave me everything.

I had never done a day’s work in my life.

Until Prague.

"The Tall Young Gentleman" living the good life and relaxing by the pool in Bali, Indonesia.
“The Tall Young Gentleman” living the good life and relaxing by the pool in Bali, Indonesia with the whole world and a lovely pool, at his feet!

In Prague. I had a whole country to myself, no staff and absolutely no idea what I was really going to be doing out there.

Oh, and did I tell you that when I got there, the fellow who was supposed to partner me, had to leave due to a family emergency, so I was on my own!

Quite alone.

In Prague.

Don't worry!
Don’t worry!

I didn’t speak any Czech or German at the time but I made it work. I was so afraid of failure that I went to the local university and knocked on university hall doors looking for young people who spoke English and wanted to work with me.

I found a few people and that was how I started.

It was quite the making of me.

Did I make mistakes?


Did I cry and want to go home?

Many times.

But did I give up though?

Not a chance!

I did well. Got myself a nice team and a few working assistants and made many more projects, and when I did eventually return back to the UK, I knew that if I wanted to fly to the moon I probably could.

If I wanted to!

Drinking on the moon! © gawrifort
Drinking on the moon!
© gawrifort

If you recall, in February, we went skiing in the Czech Mountains and we had to make a stop-over in Prague. My husband – The Music Producer – isn’t one for skiing so he encouraged us to go on without him. On our journey, we ended up in Prague at 02:00 and with a few hours to kill before our onward train to Rokytnice nad Jizerou, so I decided to “show” “The Tall Young Gentleman” a tiny bit of history.

Chocolate chip ice-cream at KFC in Prague. Not for me of course!
Chocolate chip ice-cream at KFC in Prague.
Not for me of course!

He was fascinated although between you and me, I think he was more impressed with the Czech version of KFC than anything else LOL! And although my son had been to Prague as a toddler, he had never been to Prague proper and from the look on his face, I felt it was time for him to not only hear about the life of his mother, but to see it too!

As a reminder, our summer trip was a journey to both Budapest in Hungary and Prague in the Czech Republic. You can read all about the beginning of the adventure by clicking right here!

After having a marvellous time at both the Aria Hotel Budapest and the Buddha-Bar Hotel, we took the Hungarian 2nd class train from Budapest to Prague.

Take the train!
Take the train!

I had booked in on the website of the Hungarian Train Network (MAV) as it couldn’t be booked in Germany and so with much misgivings, I paid €38.00 for the pair of us and hoped for the best as I couldn’t download a ticket either….

I was so worried that I even went to an actual physical Deutsche Bahn (German Train) office and they told me to either pay €225.00 travelling through another route or to pay €38.00 through the direct route. I paid it and got a confirmation. The snag?

You can only print out your actual ticket at a Hungarian train station which I conveniently forgot all about until the night before we were due to leave! Thankfully, we were leaving on the same platform that we had arrived on, so with trembling fingers I logged in the reference number and managed to get our tickets with just seven (7) minutes to spare…!

We found our compartment and our new companions for the next seven (7) hours who were a bunch of German college boys off to Berlin!

People rushing on the Polish train.
People rushing on the Polish train.

I’ve travelled by East European train many times. They’re cheap but very cheerful. They can get squashy and squishy and filled up not only with suitcases but bags and sacks, and even so-called 1st class trains can leave a lot to be desired, but the local passengers are kind-hearted and are a merry lot and the bathrooms are clean and have bars of soap and running water. And if you’re really wanting to meet the locals on their own turf, then go to the restaurant car and play cards with some of the old men there or buy a couple of rounds, it certainly won’t break the bank and you’ll have made a few new friends as well!

Once we arrived in Prague, I bought our underground tickets and off we went.

50 Rupees
50 Rupees

Speaking of money.

Because I have travelled an awful lot – fifty-three (53) countries – to be exact, and counting, I tend not to spend up or even give away my left-over currency, but to keep it not only as a memento, but also a reason to come back! And as you already know, the last time I was previously in Hungary was eleven (11) years ago and even though I didn’t have enough money for a taxi, I would have had enough money for a cup of coffee.

If I drank it LOL!

So, I had at least 400 Czech crowns or €15.00. More than enough local cash to get us to the hotel and then some.

Prague is extremely tidy, modern and organised. Have no fear if you don’t speak Czech as all over the Hlavní Nádraží or Main Train Station, were information booklets in various main languages of how to get about the city or use Prague public transport. Even the ticket machines and wall maps were in English.

Not only that, but I think Prague has one of the easiest underground systems in the world as it only has three (3) lines.

Yep! You heard me.

Just three (3) lines – green, yellow and red!

We bought one (1) short-term ticket costing 24CZK or €0.90 and one (1) child ticket costing 12CZK or €0.45. These tickets are one-way tickets only and can be used for 30 minutes. Unless, you’re planning to use public transport extensively, you shouldn’t need to buy a day ticket and if your hotel is in the city centre, then walking is your friend!

Our hotel – Angelo Hotel Prague –  was in the suburbs of Prague – Zone 5. It’s about twenty (20) minutes from the city centre and if you’re particularly nifty, a brisk thirty (30) minute walk will take you along the Vltava river and towards the direction of the Prague Castle in amazing Prague – a unique city.

That’s it for now. Find out what we did next week!

Cocktails at Angelo Hotel
Cocktails at Angelo Hotel in Prague.

For more information about the Angelo Hotel, please contact: Angelo Hotel Prague.

This article is part-sponsored by the Angelo Hotel Prague but all opinions and the lovely river walks that I went on, are my very own!

I have so much to share with you.

Stay tuned!

Next week, I’ll be at the Long Night of Museums or die Lange Nacht der Museen which takes place on August 29th. It’s an all night museum and exhibition family event, taking place from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m.

I’ll be there. Will you?

As usual, you can also follow me via daily tweets and pictures on Twitter & FB!

If you’re not in Berlin right now, you’ve got a lot to lose!

August is packing up!

Watch this space!

Cooling down in very hot Prague!
Cooling down in very hot Prague!

Have you ever been to Prague? Have you ever lived in another country?

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