In few days, we will fly to Mallorca to take our 3rd vacation* with our baby. This time we rented a house by Airbnb right next to the beach. Here’s a little foretaste
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…
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.
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.
The last week, I spent some time travelling with some friends from home. Our destinations were spread all over Québec. The week was an outdoor adventure filled with city sightseeing, action in the snow, love in the air and the best company with good friends!
In couple of hours, we will make our way into the forest. We plan to spend the week-end in a small chalet, at the Parc National d’Aiguebelle. It’s a 1-hour drive to the entrance of the national parc. From there, we will follow a 2-hour snowshoe trail, heading north along the lake. I can’t wait to feel the tranquility in the woods, and the cosy crackling of wood fire, that creates a relaxing atmosphere. Therefore, I wonder, what I should pack for couple of days in wilderness. Well, I would take my warmest clothes for outdoor activities, cooking equipment, headphones and my book. Of course, food is important too! So let’s try the “original” canadian Wiener Würstl :)) Bye for now…you will find me in the woods!