2014 was an important year for me. I was 16 and had just moved halfway across the World. Panama was a lot hotter than Germany (no surprise there), but that was probably not the biggest difference. No, the biggest difference for me personally was that my brother and I switched to a private Catholic school … More What is a Catholic School really like?
Yesterday morning, we got up early, packed our stuff and left the city. In a small bus we sat in the last two rows, our belonging either between our legs or laid on top of our laps and watched the driver bring us up the mountains, through small, snake like streets until we had a … More Exploring Panama: The Valley
Today, we got an amazing show of the luck of the irish (which, in case you don’t know, is bad luck, not good luck). When we woke up we were in blissful ignorance of the day we were going to have. We made our way to the canal, the sun shining down on the greenish … More An Irishman in Panama
Our first day in panama was spend a lot more productive than i had expected. After waking up early we walked to the nearest Mall, a gigantic place with as many stores as there exist, did some shopping (there are always things you forget) and ate some empanadas (meat or veggie filled dough) before moving … More Exploring Panama: Casco Viejo
I originally wrote this one International Girls day, and when I redid my site, I could not bear to throw it out, so here it is, now posted on the 4. of June. I love girls. No, I am not coming out as gay here, I am just saying it how it is. And considering … More We run the World
First of all, the picture I put up with this does actually have something to do with the story. So, today we decided to go and visit the dunes a bit north of where I live. Beautiful I must say. Absolutely beautiful. It looks like straight out of a safari catalog: blue skies, soft sand … More How my boyfriend lost my phone