#day243 – care package from home

My long-awaited little package from home arrived. Finally. There’re things, which are quite important in my everyday, but hard to get or way too expensive here in Bolivia. Products from the drugstore for example. Even if it hurts, I can buy a shower gel or a lip balm for three Euros, but sun cream for […]

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#day226 – Ritter Sport 50% off

Damn, there are days when everything is going wrong. Today is such a day. First we wanted to get a night bus back to La Paz. Not possible right now. Hence we have to take a day bus and change the bus somewhere additionally. A bit beach would have been a worthfully replacement. No sun […]

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#day214 – Easter eggs behind a cactus

My first Easter on another continent. So far away from home in Sucre in Bolivia. Not my first Easter without my family, but nevertheless on days like today it would be great to be with the family. To avoid homesickness we bought some colorful Easter eggs in a little Easter basket in accordance to our […]

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#day207 – celebrating town twinning

My former high school has a partnership with a Bolivian high school since round about 20 years. I still remember me and my classmates around christmas, when we packed christmas gifts and donated them for kids of our partner school in Samaipata, Bolivia. Samaipata is a pretty small town, not far away from Santa Cruz. […]

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#day112 – shark spotting in the Thuringian forest

No, it’s not a find-the-shark-in-the-picture-game. My headline and my picture didn’t match today. There’re only sweet little colorful fishes, among others a little Nemo, in the aquarium. I made a video of the sharks for Instagram and forgot to take a picture for the blog. It must have happen once. Hard life as a social-media-girl, […]

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#day103 – house inspection with my besties

Once a year at Christmas I have a reunion with friends, I have known for almost 25 years. Some of them I met in kindergarten, some at primary school and some at secondary school. With three of us, I actually went to school from class 1 to 12. We spent our whole schooltime together. They know […]

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#day102 – Christmas run with daddy

My Christmas couldn’t be more sporty. Three runs in 6 days. Two runs accompanied by daddy. First one with minus degrees, last one with spring temperatures. Every run round about 6 kilometres. Nothing big, just a bit movement on days full of couching and eating. Running somewhere in the Thuringian province is something else compared […]

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#day100 – Christmas presents from Santa Claus

Something new on a Christmas day? Easy. Without snowy and slippery streets, Santa made his way through the Thuringian forest. The number of presents shrinks over the years, but Santa still remembers me. That’s the main thing. I’m unpretentious and either way a more practical giver and recipient. I prefer gifts to consume away, no items. […]

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#day96 – cooking dinner for grandma only

Sure, I didn’t cook for grandma for the first time. But in her kitchen, at her oven and with a chef’s hat on my head, it was indeed a first time. A gift for her 75th birthday. A special three-course menu. I created the menu and bought the ingredients and grandma provided her kitchen only. And […]

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#day95 – ice skating on the marketplace

My hometown has a new attraction. They call it Saalfeld’s ice magic. An ice rink on the middle of our marketplace in combination with the Christmas market. Pretty cool. I love ice skating and was looking forward to dance on homeland ice since I heard of it. After a busy family weekend we declared Mondayfunday as a suitable […]

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