Bon Voyage: 5 Tips and Tricks for your next trip

Choose your seat wisely Don´t wait to choose your seat until the on-line check-in  (which is usually possible 48 or 24 hours prior to your flight´s departure) and make your choice in time. A pre-screening of the reservations on a plane makes sense in order to identify seats that will come up to your expectations to the…

Playlist: Chill Baby, Chill! #6

Tadaaaaa…Spring is here (well, at the Northern Hemisphere at least), which is a good reason for a new TwentyNineSomething playlist. Inspired by some traveling (yes, long-haul flights and airline playlists are quite a good combination..), a “Post-Southamerica-Blues” and a new HBO TV Show with a great soundtrack (Big Little Lies, anyone?), it’s time to share…

Places: Santiago

After having lived for almost three years in the capital of Chile it´s time for a tribute, dedicating a whole article to my personal favorite places . Where to find cool wine bars, the best sushi and the craziest place in town? Find it out here! 01. Quinoa Especially for those who enjoy having a long and decent brunch on weekends the “Quinoa” is the…

Death by Power Point: The perfect CV

Although you are not planning to look for a job, it’s definitely a good idea to update your résumé every once in a while, due to the following simple reasons: It makes sense to reflect on your past experience occasionally and reconsider what´s still worth mentioning – and what´s not. As we all know, less is…

twentyninesomething´s 2016 favourite tracks

Let´s make it quick (and speaking in busy E-Mail language): Find Twentyninesomething´s favourite tracks of 2016 in the following…   01. EUROTEURO – Autogrill feat. Ninjare de Angelo   02. Kungs Vs. Cookin’ On 3 Burners – This Girl   03. Mavi Phoenix – Quiet   04. Underworld – I Exhale   05. Jesper Ryom –…

Living abroad:…from living abroad

In every  expat life there are a lot of significant days where SOMETHING very special happens – vivid memories that you will never forget: the one where you had to wave “Goodbye” to your beloved one´s and standing at the gate, crying (..because you just couldn´t hold it any longer!!!). The one where you realize that you don´t…

Playlist: Chill Baby, Chill! #5

This week’s list comes with some classics, featuring Thievery Corporation, a Bran van 3000 Cover and Jamie xx (…who by the way is working on a new album with the XX at the moment), as well as Friends and Simian Mobile Disco. The perfect playlist to listen to on a plane… Jamie xx + Four…

10 typical things about living in Chile

  Pisco, Palta, Wine and Reggaeton – Living in Chile for a while is not just about experiencing good food and great wine …sometimes one even has the possiblity to travel back in time. 1. Thursday is the new Friday – “El Juernes” “Tum-da-dum-da, Tum-da-dum-da…”, is the typical Reggaeton beat one can usually hear in…

Places: Machu Picchu

In case you are a fan of mysterious places and ancient history, South America is probably the best place to go to. Machu Picchu – apart from a few exceptions such as for example the Moai statues of Easter Island – promises a whole-bag of “stranger  (ancient) things” thrills and is worth the – rather…

Why Erasmus friendships are meant to be

The Erasmus impact study which was published by the European Commission in 2014, revealed that a lot of those participating in the popular European educational exchange programme meet their long-term partner while studying abroad – and that people who met during this magical time are more likely to have transnational relationships. But does this fact…

Dance Baby, Dance! #4

A new playlist featuring some goldies and the new week can start…and yes, after two years living in Chile, it’s about time to give Reggaeton a chance (…you can’t run, you can’t hide). James Blake – Limit To Your Love (Daniel-Bortz Edit) Jesper Ryom – End Title Crystal Castles – Crimewave Underworld – Born Slippy…

10 reasons why going to Italy is never a fail

The holiday season is on and there is no better place to escape “le train-train quotidien”, than going to Italy for a week or two. Why Bella Italia never gets out of fashion? Find it out here!   1. It all starts after crossing the border When going to Italy by car,the first thing everyone…