The past 180 days were just crazy. The 1st October 2018 I took my one-way flight to Beijing over Moscow, and since then my life was a nonstop adventure. It’s so hard to find words to describe this time and what it’s like, but I try my best to give you a glimpse of how unusual such a decision can be and hope to convince you to take the first step as well.
In my previous post, I wrote about my experiences in Moscow. So here is the video about it. Enjoy watching it!
Would I do it again – visiting Moscow for only 10 hours with no sleep and another night without a bed to come? Hell yes!
I had only 10 hours in the city center of Moscow, but they were totally worth it. My flight..
The past three years has been fantastic, and they will stay in my mind forever that’s for sure. But now it is time to say goodbye. On Tuesday I’ll leave Düsseldorf and Germany, and I’ll formally move back to Luxemburg.
Two weeks ago, I visited Dublin with one of my best friends to have a good, and that’s what we had – a lot of fun. In last week’s post, I already gave you a guide for a perfect weekend in Dublin. In this week’s post, it’s all about the video I created over the last days. It’s the first attempt at creating videos with beautiful and helpful content for you.
Going back to Dublin last weekend was worth it. After I studied there last year, I decided that it would be the perfect place for a short trip to have some fun. But what can you expect from Dublin? What should you visit and where are the best places to eat?
Not every trip goes as planned and sometimes especially this is so magically about it because who knows how my journey would have ended otherwise. But let’s start at the beginning…
3, 2, 1 – Happy New year!! Welcome in 2018! Everyone is hugging each other, Champaign bottles are popping, it’s the beginning of a new year – all my friends are around me, our location is just fabulous, and I got all these things planned for 2018..
While studying in Dublin for an ERASMUS-Semester I had one week off – it was called study-week – but I hadn’t that much to review, and everybody left, especially the other ERASMUS-students, so I decided to fly to Madrid. Again, I flew by myself and had a fantastic time, and it was there where everything began.