Nevado de Toluca

Well…actually I’m not really having time to write. Actually I’m quite busy at the moment: I enjoy my life to the fullest.

I’m having less time to write because, unlike in California, I am allowed to work here in my new life in Mexico – and I love my work, so you’ll meet me there many hours a day. And also I have met so many nice people what leads to that my spare time is pretty planned too. Result Continue reading “Nevado de Toluca”

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over she became a butterfly. Good bye California. Bienvenida a México.

Drip. Drip. Drop. My tears were dropping while dividing all my belongings in different piles:
1. has to come with me,
2. should come with me,
3. I’d like to take it with me,
4. if there’s still enough space I’d love to have that with me as well,
5. selling,
6. giving away,
7. throw away…


Drip. Drip. Drop. My tears were dropping Continue reading “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over she became a butterfly. Good bye California. Bienvenida a México.”

Water is stronger than stone – then I can overcome my inner couch potato

The journey takes just under twenty-four hours – from Palo Alto (California) to San Gerardo de Rivas (Costa Rica). But everything runs smoothly. Almost everything. When I fly alone I always wish for a fine neighbor. A seatmate who is slim, smells like nothing (and if he smells, then please well), who is quiet and the most important thing: who is perfect to hold each others hands in case of a crash.  Continue reading “Water is stronger than stone – then I can overcome my inner couch potato”