Sunday though was an entirely different story. We had to be out of the shitty hostel by 11 am, but we left for the second day of Formula E way earlier than that. We had a great last day ahead of us.
Last weekend I traveled to Berlin to watch the 2017 Berlin ePrix. That’s a part of FIA Formula E. It’s similar to other Formula championships, just electric.
We arrived Friday afternoon, just to find out that the Hostel wasn’t very nice. It smelled of smoke and our room didn’t have any keys. So we left our luggage in the car and drove one to meet some friends.
Today, three years ago, I was preparing to leave my home for the airport. It was the day my dream would come true. It was the first day of my working holiday in Canada. In the end, it would have been a full 365 days. I wanted to stay longer, but my flight ticket expired on that day, 2 years ago.
Back in 2015, the first thing I saw of New York City was Penn Station. I have to say, I really don’t liked Penn Station. It was dark, it was ugly and it was dirty.
When I came to Times Square for the first time, my mind changed. I felt like a part of the city. The lights made me feel small and accomplished at the same time. I just love the vibe of a big city. And New York has it’s very own magic. Anything can happen in the city that never sleeps.
I love traveling. It is kind of my thing to explore new places, to walk off the beaten path. I don’t really have a plan most of the time. I like it to be spontaneous. But there are some things that I need on my travels.
I love traveling. It is kind of my thing to explore new places, to walk off the beaten path. I don’t really have a plan most of the time. I like it to be spontaneous.
But: Without the necessary documents you won’t get anywhere. Weather it’s your your passport or just your boarding passes. You need to get your documents ready and know where they are.
When I decided to go to Canada for my year abroad, I chose Toronto as my starting point.
Mostly because it was cheaper then flying into Vancouver.
I’m not saying that I dislike Vancouver. In fact, I could imagine living. But I like Toronto just a little more:)