Winter definitely arrived, I think we’ve all heard on Social Media. I am one of those annoying people who share all the winter wonderland shots on Instagram, Snapchat and/or Facebook. But it’s just too beautiful, isn’t it? See for yourself, here’s my collection of my favourite Winterwonderland shots I took this winter
Tipping… It’s definitely an interesting topic when traveling. Where do you tip? How much do you tip? Is it rude not to tip?
In Germany, you normally tip around 10% (just for your information :)) but I remember that in Australia, waiters didn’t even really understand when I wanted to tip. So you never know.
Traveling is fun and exciting and wonderful. But even when you are traveling (or maybe especially then…) shit can happen. Let me tell you about one of those stories, maybe you can learn from it just like I did.
In March 2013, me and my friend Laura decided to go on a little roadtrip. We went to visit our friend in Bordeaux, because she did her Erasmus there, pick her (and all of her stuff) up to take her back to Munich with us and make a quick pit stop in Geneva to visit another friend. So far so good.
(I’m not gonna go into detail about how I hit a pole in Bordeaux, just minutes before we arrived after a 13 hour drive, and we had to go french garage without really knowing any french. Fun times.)
Thanks to my beautiful friend’s wedding on December 17th 2016, I was lucky enough to spend most of my pre-christmas time in Chile.
The wedding took place in Olmué, which is a tiny village between Vina del Mar and Santiago, so we decided to spend our trip only around Central Chile.
We rented a car and drove around Cajon del Maipo and the coast north of Vina del Mar. See for yourself how beautiful and most of all diverse only a small part of Chile can be already!
Whenever a new year is just around the corner (or has just started), people plan on changing their lives completely. I myself don’t really believe in making big resolutions in the beginning of a new year because why do you need a specific date to change what you don’t like about your life? But then again, if it helps…
Anyways, that’s not the topic of this article. It’s more what people plan to change this year. The other day I listened to the radio here in Munich and I heard, that most of the younger people that were asked plan on relaxing more, having more time for themselves and not staring at their phone screen 24/7 anymore.