My summer days and nights have became kind of a routine now. Here in this little city, we found joy in an more easy-going lifestyle. Often, we spend time in the forest for climbing and to meet our small friends…
Now, I am 30! I can’t believe another whole decade has passed and I think back about the stuff that happend in my 20’s: Changing jobs, travelling, relationship ups and downs, moving appartments and cities, party nights, first wrinkles ;-)…
And when the fog’s over
and the stars
and the moon come out at night
it’ll be a beautiful sight.
-Big Sur, Jack Kerouac
While I have many vacation memories in my head, I’m happy to have brought a real souvenir at home.
It took us longer than expected: The road from San Diego to Joshua Tree Nationalpark was a full-day drive, but we got impressed by the diversity of landscapes.
California called me and I had to go. This destination wasn’t really on my radar – until this year. Due to the reason that my sister chose to move to the place of endless summer, I decided to visit her. Although the first reason was to see her, I took the chance to visit some really great places.
I am back in town! The eventful days of May had just flown by, but the memories will last for a while. The last month was quite special. Not only, it marked the halftime of my time in Canada, but also it felt like a total contrast to the previous three month in winter.
or: How to learn French in Mexico.
I gave this blog post a subtitle, because my last week in Mexico, wasn’t just about beach, tequila and mexican food. For me, this vacation was one thing in particular: An intense language course.
After a long winter, I decided to leave the the canadian forests for a while. I can’t wait to rest on the beach lying in the sun, reading and relaxing. I’m ready to throw my big winter boots in the corner to exchange them for Flip-Flops.
I fell in love with owls. Those cute animals with their wise large eyes watching us, while visiting the Refuge Pageau, an animal shelter for wounded wild animals.