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Time flies

Wow, can't believe it's already 2016 and I travelled the world 3x last year. In general I can't believe I've been pulling this off since 3 years now. I wonder when I'll get tired of it...I already don't always enjoy it, but I've learnt to take my breaks in between and at the moment I am really loving it. It's Saturday morning and I'm at home in Munich, watching a movie on my Fire TV and just chilling. I was in Paris this week, just an overnighter to meet 2 vendors of mine - We went for dinner with one and had a little too much wine as usual. I stayed in a stylish hotel with lots of weird white bunnies (Lapin Blanc) and only realized the next morning that it was right next to La Sorbonne. These small details make me really happy and appreciate my life - I read a biography about Marie Curie when I was a teenager and La Sorbonne stuck in my head, so seeing it all of a sudden definitely was something special to me.

The other travels this year have been great too. My first trip was to London for another overnighter. I had tried to meet up with 1-2 friends in the evening, but no one had time, so I went to my favorite Japanese Ramen place around the corner of my hotel. It's called Cocoro and if you ever go in you'll probably wonder why I love it so much, but I guess it's just the "nothing special" homey place feeling it a city which is not mine. One of the difficult things of being on the road all the time is not having the feeling of belonging anywhere, so when I'm able to establish a routine in the places I go to more frequently, that always feels good.


Posted by AndreaLed 02:00 Archived in United Kingdom

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