What I love about living in Dresden is that you can reach a lot of nice places by feet, while enjoying a walk. We stopped at a cozy bar on a side street where I could enjoy the lasts days of sun in Germany with a nice drink. I took the opportunity to be photographed as I was so happy that in September the sun is still shining 🙂 To know more about the second pic and my walk last Sunday, visit my blog and read my last post. Have a nice and hopefully sunny week
It was really comfortable to know that I could wear whatever color I want without making the bride mad. Almost everybody was dressed in typical Indian clothes and really colorful. The saloon had nice illumination and we had the opportunity to be painted with Henna.
Há muito tempo que não ficava satisfeita com o final de um livro. Na maioria das vezes, eu fico super decepcionada com o final, pois quando a história é muito boa, a expectativa é muito alta. No inicio do ano (2019) conheci o autor suiço Martin Suter, quando li o livro Elefante, que conta a …
Estudar na Alemanha tem sido a experiência mais solitária de toda a minha vida. Quem me conhece, sabe que eu não tenho dificuldade de me comunicar, questionar ou até impor, heheh.
Studying in Germany has been the most lonely experience in my life so far. For those who know me well, can not understand it so much, since I had never had problems with communication, to argue or even to impose.
I finally made to start a book, finish it and right away start another one. Overcome this obstacle helped me to feel more confident while studying. I stopped blaming myself and my language skills whatever I had difficulties.
Ressuscitei minha paixão por ler. Eu finalmente consegui começar um livro, terminar. Por vivenciar novamente aquele anseio de saber o que vai acontecer. Desde então tenho uma atitude bem diferente perante as minhas dificuldades.
Kolkata was the first city I have been in India. Wow, the first half an hour in India. I was so nervous. I had no idea what to expect but I knew taxis are not to trust anywhere. Suddenly I thought: I have no phone, don’t know the language, this taxi has no seat belt and I am carrying some money with me :O
I am back from India for almost two months now, but I still had no time to keep reflecting on it or even missing it. Today I found some time to remember a bit about the trip and write down some thoughts. Since I arrived I had to work and study a lot to catch …
So please next time someone ask me how to be where am I, I will say: detach, plan, read my post heheh 😛 And actually I still have a long way to go.