After three years it feels good to come back home. The weather could be better, but this fact is more than compensated by a good pinto.
After a great goodbye party on Thursday night it was time to leave Valencia. It included a bit of luck and some adventure, but at the end I managed to pack all my stuff and be at the bus terminal on time, having learned that 1 pm is still to early if you plan to … Continue reading The long journey
As expected the hang-over did not last long and I turned back into the dreaming mode spending two amazing last weeks on the Iberian Peninsula. I went to visit Alvaro and Joshua in Madrid, the latter being my travelbuddy for the following incredible hitchhike trip to Lisbon, which I will probably write about in an … Continue reading Goodbye Erasmus, hasta pronto Valencia!
Today I have hopefully had my last exam at UPV. It feels strange to be relieved of the mental pressure, which marked this month so far, but it also gives you the chance to review the last weeks. As you might have noticed during my last posts, to motivate myself to study was not the … Continue reading Understanding the Hang-Over
By the way this is not my first intent of launching a blog. During my stay in Central America in 2012 and 2013 I spent quite a lot of time on self-teaching me HTML and CSS to set up a webpage. Unfortunately it never really reached a level, where it served its purpose. Creating content … Continue reading Side note
Whenever a hang-over prevents you from studying, you should consider to take a walk at the beach.
Still not quite convinced of the necessity of studying for my second exam I decided to take my bike and go to Port Saplaya. I had heard a lot about this little town, which is often reffered to as “Little Venice”. As it is located right at the end of the endless seeming stretch of … Continue reading Port Saplaya