The flight was booked with less than 100 days until I would say goodbye to a place so familiar to me. Palms sweating, head spinning, and eyes locked on the Icelandair flight with one seat left for a one way flight to Amsterdam arriving on New Year's Eve. I always kept saying I would try to move before the year's end, and now, I am doing exactly that.
"One day, I'm going to pack my bags and leave this place." How many times have you heard this statement? But, what if you're daring enough to actually do this with the intention to never look back? Are you a pioneer towards a migrant movement to make a life beyond your comfort zone?
It's not a place I'd like to travel to. Imagine it as a layover that never ends. The only places to eat are not diet friendly, there is only one toilet and the white washed walls keep caving in. You're running out of money, patience and itching to go beyond your limits. This is my personal hell in Limbo.
I close my eyes and tears slowly begin to form as the hypnotic trance sets in. The calming tones of “Wonderful Chill Out” music on my You Tube “Relax” Playlist tries to do its job, but this feeling is overwhelming. How do you begin to tell a story that is still developing and going through
A city so rich in history like Dresden is appreciated for its famous sights that have been through a destructive war. Dresden is over 800 years old; famous for the Saxon Kingdom, the pristine landscape views, and unfortunately, for the massive 1945 bombing that destroyed 75% of the city. Though the wounds of the war
Everyone has their particular habits when they’re in their comfortable environments. We wake up, make our beds, or perhaps leave it messy and do somewhat rhythmical things as we start our day. When you’re traveling for a period of time that is longer than a typical vacation, you find yourself having some kind of rhythm,