A new issue of The Weekender always seems packed with joy, people doing the right things the right way and with a decidedly worthwhile smile the whole way through.
"Winter 2021, 132 pages, 12 euros plus shipping. This is the fourth edition of The Weekender, which is available in both German and English.
East London, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, everything about tea, Munich, Eindhoven, Azores, Normandy, Berlin, Chiemgau, Bernese Oberland
This is how I live
The artist Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck lives with her husband near London. She runs a small publisher, publishes a magazine about tea culture and is passionate about gardening.
Back to nature
An old settler house with a garden is the home of a couple of photographers whogarden, cook and blog under the name Krautkopf. We visited themin their rural paradise.
Between the worlds
Nine volcanic islands that lie in the middle of the Atlantic and form a bridge betweenEurope and North America. The Azores are full of wild nature andadventurous stories.
Le Montigny Magique
A farmhouse in the picturesque Avre Valley in the countryside between Paris and the Atlantic coast is the refuge of the writer Eckhart Nickel, where he retreats to write."