354 days - 8496 hours - 509760 minutes What a year. It's been long, but yet not long enough. One thing is certain though: it's been real. It has been very real and it is even more real, that it is over now and I am actually sitting on my bed in Germany at this … Continue reading There’s no place like home?
My last weekend trip in New Zealand!! Crazy? Definitely. It makes Dunedin kinda a special place to me as this was the destination of both my very first weekend trip here and now my very last a well. There are actually heaps of things to do down there, way more than I did during those … Continue reading Dunedin
Since my first attempt at walking the Hooker Valley Track dramatically failed* I have been keeping my fingers crossed ever since we started planning that trip, hoping that we would hopefully, hopefully have good weather. However, we left Tekapo with a gigantic rain cloud hovering over and cold fog surrounding us. I guess you could … Continue reading Mount Cook – Aoraki
Here’s the thing - if you go to New Zealand you gotta be prepared to do some hiking. Actually, lots of hiking. Hiking and walking and hiking and hiking and walking. Lots and lots and lots. Now, I’m neither a hiker nor a walker. I’m more of a explore-the-world-from-your-couch kind of girl. But for New … Continue reading Abel Tasman Coast Track
After being in New Zealand for two months I now I got used to my new routine and settled into every day life.
A few pictures from my unplanned trip to Wellington. I was supposed to get to my host family on Friday. So I got on the plane in Auckland but as we were circling over Christchurch it was suuuper foggy. In fact, it was so foggy the airplane turned back around and stopped in Wellington. Well. … Continue reading The Windy City
Die definitiv längste Reise meines Lebens (60 Stunden. 60! Ich wiederhole: 60!) - auf wundersame Weise habe ich sie überlebt und bin heil in Auckland angekommen.
It's getting serious! Read this post if you want to know more about how exactly it feels like when you are drowning in very mixed feelings ranging from utter excitement to doubts that hunt you in your dreams. Muahhaha
After my nerv-racking, very short-lasting (!!!) 2 weeks in the host family/au pair matching pool I’ve found the ketchup to my fries, the pillow to my blanket, the Netflix to my chill - I’ve found my host family!