1063km in 18h Bologna-Bari-IgoumenitsaJanuary 14, 2017, Adriatic Sea ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C
... and finally Katsikas :)
... and finally Katsikas :)
My couchsurfers Andrea (my host), his roommate Lorenzo and their friend and ex roommate Andrea made me really feel home in bologna. They did an excellent job by feeding me with Italian cuisine (like cardi, minestrone, different variety of cheese and of course good Italian coffee), teaching me the language and Italian habits. Although I did "terrible" things like mixing the coffee with milk until I had milk with coffee flavor :D
I think it says everything that I stayed at the end four days instead one night, what was planed :)Read more
After spending the first night at a Couchsurfers place, who were explaining the world to me and his russin teacher while having dinner too much, I changed the place at the next morning to another guy. But before I met Alessandro, who was giving me a very funny sightseeing tour through bologna - as he's one of the few people from bologna, as he said, he wants to love everybody the city as much as he does. This is why he shared the seven secrets of bologna with me - and because we were in a good mood, we added some more ;)Read more
With the help of four nice people I managed to arrive in bologna in one day. Not only that it was quite easy and fast to go 504km with strangers, I also got two new friends and a new older sister in life, Sabrina, who I felt connected to from the first second I saw her :)
In Widnau, where I was visiting my friend Jens, who I got to know while working for an NGO in Namibia five years ago, we wanted to spend some nice relaxing time before the next adventure starts.
Visiting my friend Moritz, who I got to know last year while traveling from France back to Barcelona.
Hitchhiking to Berlin with a polish guy, who brought me right infront of the door of my friend Lukas. With him and his friends I was spending new year's eve in the clubs of Berlin
Christmas with my family and friends
I ended my period Barcelona in the morning with breakfasting with my new friends and family and being brought to the airport. After arriving in colonia after seven month, I went directly to my first shift at the Christmas market. Funny one of my roommates from Barcelona, Anni, was working there too and another one, Tim, was visiting us :) I worked at the christmas market, selling Glühwein almost every day for five weeks, to earn some money for the next period of my life: Greece. But also it was a nice opportunity to see again my old friends and my boys - and the new girl :) - of my old shared flat :)
It was a very very nice and exhausting time in colonia where I saw my old life connected with the new version of meRead more