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Neukölln est le paradis des hipsters berlinois!

Ahhh Neukölln…la patrie des hipsters berlinois!

Comme le dit mon ami Wikipédia: Neukölln est un quartier de Berlin, faisant partie de l’arrondissement de Neukölln.

Lors de la création du Grand Berlin en 1920, Neukölln formait alors l’une des 7 villes indépendantes qui furent annexées à la capitale. Pendant la séparation de la ville, Neukölln faisait partie de Berlin-Ouest (le seul quartier de l’ouest qui doit être cool à vivre?).

Là en vert c’est où les hipsters sont le plus souvent

Vous vous demandez à quoi ressemble un hipster faisant son petit bout de chemin dans ce quartier de Berlin?

Plus ou moins à ça pour la version masculine 😀

Du coup c’est dur de passer inaperçu dans la rue (genre célébrité locale) et il arrive de plus en plus que les hipsters (les touristes, les jeunes bref les gens) se fassent insulter en public et dans toutes les langues (belle preuve d’intégration hein)!

C’est quand même un peu limite sur les bords ce genre d’attitude alors que franchement nous, on n’est pas là pour faire chier quoi!

Parce que oui c’est vrai, nous les hipsters, on est carrément harcelé alors qu’on fait qu’à s’habiller non-chalemment et boire des cafés latte toute l’après-midi en squattant un peu de Wifi par ci par là…trop injustes quoi!

Ah si la vie était pavée de Club Matte 😀

Un groupe a vu le jour récemment sur Facebook pour défendre (de manière quand même un peu sarcastique) les hipsters et les touristes en désarroi à Kreuzkölln (mélange de Kreuzberg et Neukölln, mais nous en reparlerons une autre fois): Hipster Antifa Neukölln

Tue du touriste pour sauver ton quartier!

On en rigole à moitié sur ce blog mais quand même, la vie ne fait pas de cadeau à notre communauté…

Certaines mauvaises langues diront que c’était mieux avant…comme tout en somme…du coup j’ai envie de dire RAF (rien à foutre)…

Soyons désinvoles, n’ayons l’air de rien!


Hipster mais pas bête non plus!

Dîtes donc les gens, on nous prendrait pas un peu pour des cloches parfois?

Bon week-end et à très vite!

Alors cette Olympiade de hipsters, c’était comment?

Nous vous parlions de l’Olympiade hipsters à Berlin en juillet dernier ici.

Finalement, comment que c’était hein?

On a trouvé la vidéo qui parle d’elle-même 🙂

Airbnb – Part II

Le Champignon has won against Airbnb yippie!!!

If you missed the beginning of this story, you can read the first chapter here: Airbnb. Or a better place to rip you off

And the rest here 🙂


I left you guys when we were about to leave this horrible house but still had to find a hotel. Thank God, my better half had lived a few years in Fort Lauderdale and knew pretty much all the good hotel options we had there.

We therefore left within the next two hours and headed towards the Hilton Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale.

(Which, by the way, is a great hotel.)

On the following day, I had finally managed to submit my “Travel Issue” to Airbnb Support. I later provided the videos my better half made. I also used the Live Chat option Airbnb has on their Facebook page several times, and over the past two weeks I ended up talking to Ann C, Lindsay W, Samantha A, that wonderful Erik, Laura H, Tony G, Joey B, and finally Sydney.

As a reminder, these were the issues we had with the house rented  :

– Air conditioning ONLY in the kitchen area, nowhere else (the house is 4000 f²/372 m²)

– Presence of hamsters in the kitchen

– Main glass doors not locking

– 1 room smelling like mould and with heavy humidity.


Read more on the blog “Ma vie de Champignon

Linklift:it is recruiting in Berlin!

Linklift is currently recruiting for the following position at LinkLift with a view to starting as soon as possible:

Our aim

To help clients increase their organic online positioning and visibility on search engines. We act as an intermediary on international link building campaigns connecting online brands with publishers in the blogosphere.

Job Description

We are recruiting an online marketing intern to join our UK team

Your tasks:

Acquisition of new publishers (bloggers and webmasters) including:

Researching and contacting possible leads
Social media networking / content-based online communication (Facebook, Twitter, Blog)
Development and management of the publisher database
Supporting the Advertiser team in link building projects
Continuous development and improvement in SEO techniques

You should bring:

Basic online marketing knowledge, preferably internet marketing and blogger outreach experience
Good knowledge of the internet, search engines and blogging (created a website or blog page)
Native English speaker

The paid internship is for a 6 month period, with a potential full time position moving forward. If you see yourself in the above profile, we would like to receive your application with the usual information: Cover Letter, CV.

See the current position here and send your application to Linklift!

Airbnb. Or a better place to rip you off – Part I

Dear hipsters,

this week we want to share with you the real and sad experience from one of our Berliner Important People 😦

As we know that you like to travel around the world, this text can give you a realistic view of what could happen to you if you’re unlucky at some point.

You can read the beginning of her misadventure here.


Airbnb, a better place to stay. Or so they say.

So early this year, we discovered Airbnb.

In March, we tried it for the first time to rent a little rooftop room in Nice, and the experience was good.

On our next trip to Aix-en-Provence, I thought we could maybe rent an appartment as well. We met Benoît, a lovely guy from Southern France, who was super helpful and super nice. We stayed in his rooftop appartment, right in the center of the city, there was a amazing rooftop terrasse with a barbecue, and the view was simply amazing. We were very happy to stay there, and I am sure we would love to come back there at some point.

Convinced this was the new way to go when we go on holidays, we also rented an appartment through Airbnb in Copenhagen. There, same experience, the host, Oliver, was lovely, the appartment was spotless clean, the location was super convenient. Alltogether a really good experience too.

So, when we decided to go to Florida on holidays, why not go through Airbnb again? We wanted to plan a little family get-together, so renting a whole house seemed to be the perfect plan. So we went ahead and decided to go for a house based in Dania Beach, just a little bit north of Fort Lauderdale.

Everything was set per email through the Airbnb platform, we payed in advance as the website requests it, and we advised the host that we would arrive at 5:00 PM on the first day of the reservation. Everything ran pretty smoothly with the communication with her, everything seemed fine.

On the 18th of August, we arrived at the house at 5:00 PM, as confirmed by the host. The cleaners were still there, the host came and quickly showed us around. The place looked a lot more worn out and older than on the pictures posted on the profile. But never mind. The host then told us the AC has just been started, hence the feeling of humidity combined with hot air in the house. We didn’t say anything, let her talk, and only hoped the temperature in the house was going to get better.


Read more on the blog “Ma vie de Champignon

Have you also experimented a bad host at AirBnb?

Links links links!

Hey guys,

here is a little list of the websites that we like to read. Some are blogs in Berlin!

See you around!

A more quiet place

Art de Berlin

Bière, Berlin et Rocknroll

Berlin Techno

Collectif Polygon

Ma vie de champignon

Marketing Buzz

Qualcuno a cernami