March 2018

Fairy lights, an enchanted garden, and the guatemalan version of Hobbiton

Fairy lights, an enchanted garden, and the guatemalan version of Hobbiton

On Monday 19th February, I had Spanish lessons in the morning and went to my marimba class and to the gym in the afternoon. The next day I  woke up having a little earache. Great combination with the tummy problems I’d been having for a few days now. I couldn’t believe I had been travelling Continue reading Fairy lights, an enchanted garden, and the guatemalan version of Hobbiton

A week in Antigua

A week in Antigua

On Monday 12th February I started having lessons with another teacher, as my previous one was booked by another pupil for two weeks. In the afternoon I had marimba lesson and this time another adult started learning as well. Afterwards I treated myself to ice tea and chocolate cake at my café and did my Continue reading A week in Antigua

Getting settled

Getting settled

The first three days of the following week I spent a lot of time at the gym. As I’d signed up for a month’s membership, I was entitled to an assessment and finally found out how much weight I’d gained during my more than five months of travelling. It wasn’t too bad and according to Continue reading Getting settled

A perfect Sunday

A perfect Sunday

On Sunday 28th January, I had breakfast at the rooftop terrace of a café with lovely views of all three volcanoes. Btw, I just found out that these three inspired Antoine de Saint-Exupéry to write about two inactive and one active volcano in “The Little Prince”. Then I spent around three hours chatting with my Continue reading A perfect Sunday