I’m back again :D

Hey guys,

It’s been a while since I wrote. Well I had to handle some things… But now I’m back in business 😀
This time I just want to inform you all. But next time you’ll get a loooooong post! 😉

At first to all my german followers, who are still studying like me!

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This link leads to a very cool page! 😉 Just go ahead and look!

And now to all you lovely people out there!
Thanks for all your patience with me!
Next time I am back in Iserlohn and then I hope, I have more things on my mind I can share with you!


Monkey business!

The third day of my trip I spent in Gibraltar!

For those of you who don’t like geography, Gibraltar is in the south of Spain but it belongs to the british kingdom. So as you can imagine it was a different feeling walking through this city!

England in Spain (Gibraltar)

England in Spain (Gibraltar)

We had to take a long walk over the landing field of the airport and through the city. There are many shops and attractions where you get a british feeling (as you can see above!). 

Our destination was the mountain where monkeys live. During our walk many many people offerd us to drive us with their bus to the four attractions on the mountain. They tried to convince us to drive with them and not with a cable care to the top of the mountain. 
But fortunately we took the cable car! If you only want to see the monkeys and like walking around on your own, I highly recommend taking a cable car. You can take as much time as you like at the different attractions and you pay the same price or even less if you only like to see a part of the four attractions. 

Chilling monkey

Chilling with a monkey

The monkey are so calm. They don’t care if you come really close just like me 😀

But you shouldn’t wear a hat or cary a bag with food or something like that. They really like to steal things.

Gibraltar and Algeciras from the Mountain

Gibraltar and Algeciras from the Mountain

The view from the mountain is magnificent and breathtaking! Just the view is worth it!

Mountain of apes

Mountain of apes

Mountain of apes

Mountain of apes

In Tarifa my friend bought a bag with the quote “last bag befor afrika”. From the mountain we were also able to se Afrika and there I took this funny foto.

Last bag before Afrika

Last bag before Afrika

After a time of running around without any plan (I really appreciate this becaus it’s kind of an adventure!) we found an old ruin. We went in and there was a whole where once was a window… or maybe was. We climbed through it and stood on a lonesome cliff. The view we had was… I can’t find a word for it! We really enjoyed just standing there and watch over the far ocean. It was a feeling of perfect peace and quiet.
Our place! :)

Our place! 🙂

We have been there the whole day ejoying the view!

Tomorrow I’ll write about our last days because the day after Gibraltar we had to move from Algeciras to Mijas. It’s not thaaat interesting. So I’ll let you know about the rest of my holidays. 
I hope you enjoyed and stay curious!

A wonderful day in Tarifa

The second day off I’ve been to Tarifa. Our Hostess took us there. Back we drove by bus.

First thing we did was watching the old town in the center of the city.
It is so cute. All those small alleys and small shops. It was so beautiful. I highly recommend this if you’ll ever be there. It’s perfect if you like to go shopping for hand-made-things like jewelry or clothing. And after you have finished your tour, you can sit down in a small spanish restaurant and maybe you are as lucky as me and some tables next to yours a spanish guitarist starts playing! That will make your day unforgetable!

Small alleys in the old city of Tarifa

Small alleys in the old city of Tarifa

The other thing you really have to do is: watch Afrika! Tarifa is the most southern point of spain and on a sunny and clear day you can see the silhouette of Marokko.

Afrika from the view of Tarifa - isn't it near?

Afrika from the view of Tarifa – isn’t it near?

Originally we wanted to go to Marokko by a ferry but back home I couldn’t find my passport. You can’t imagine how angry I have been!

Then the last thing we did was enjoying the beach. You have a very long shore with white soft sand! It’s awesome!

A very small part of the beach in Tarifa - and by the way not a really good fotography I have to admit

A very small part of the beach in Tarifa – and by the way not a really good fotography I have to admit

The crystal-clear water

The crystal-clear water

Then after a very long but funny day and with some new things in our backs, we wanted to drive back home. But it wasn’t that easy. We went to the busstation but after a time we figured out we missed our bus. So we had to wait for the next. The timetable said 1 hour to wait. After 1 and nearly half an hour the bus came and we were able to drive back. That was our first experience with a bus not comming at the right time. And it wasn’t our last! But you know what was the most interesting thing we learned in these situations? Nobody cares! All those spanish people were waiting for the bus but nobody was at least a little bit annoyed. They are all so relaxed and easy going! I really love that! 

That was it for today! 🙂
Stay curious!

My first day off in Spain

I think I’ll start directly with my 5 days of travelling becaus… well during my time in Marbella nothing really interesting happened. But I neither travelled or made some trips, so there wasn’t even the chance for something big to happen! 😛

But back to my first day off. 

I went with my friend to Algeciras. For those of you who know Algeciras, you know that it is not a beautiful city and also has no special attractions. So why did I go there?

The answer is really simple. If you would like to go to Tarifa, Gibraltar or even Marokko, Algeciras is the place from where you could reach all those citys best! …When you don’t bring your car just like me 😀 
Well everyone in Spain made big eyes when we told them that we want to travel around by public transport. The all say, that you normally need a car for that. It’s much easier and the public busses (We had to take them most of the time) they are… well let say special. But I swear after a short time you are getting used to it! 
Our first time when we had to take the bus where from Marbella to Algeciras.

To explain our situation so that you all get it, I have to go back a bit in time. (Really just a little bit!)

Before my friend and I went to Spain, we book two privat flats. (If anyone of you is interested in doing the same …I can highly recommend this!!!… look on the internet-page: airbnb.com)
The first flat was like I said before in Algeciras and the second one was in Mijas.

So back to Marbella busstation.
We were there nearly half an hour before our specific bus should leave. Why did we need that specific bus? Because our hostess offered us to bring us from the busstation in Algeciras to our flat. So I had to tell her a specific time when we are planning to arrive there.
But we hadn’t fate on our site. 
In Marbella we were told, that the next bus we can take leaves two hours later, becaus our bus is full. 
Oh damn!! We buyed tikets and thought about what to do next. We both didn’t buyed an internetflat or somethink so we were not able to use our smartphones. (We thought it is a good idea living without internet some days…. And to be honest it is not that bad! …Except in one of those situations!)
So because I am the bigger one I ran around to look for an internet cafe and after 20 minutes I really found one. I wrote our hostess our new arriving time and went back to my friend. And we waited and waited and waited. And I was feeling a bit uncomfortable thinking about the trouble we coused our hostess.
BUT when we arrived it was such a nice experience. She was so friendly and it didn’t bothered here that we were late. 
Later one we experienced this serenity many times again. I really like that! It seems to be normal for spanish people.
After Pilar (our hostess) catched us from the busstation she showed us places where you can go to the beach, go shopping, go out to eat or the nearer but also smaler busstation. (The problem with that I’ll explain in my next posts!) 😉

After this tour we relaxed a bit and then we went to the beach. I have to admit, that I didn’t thought it would be that nice. The sand was so soft and white like flour. And it was a big one. Even if it was really full it was easy to find a place,
In the evening we found a cute spanish restaurant were we ate some typical spanish food…. okay no we ate noodles… but they were really good! 🙂

Back home we made plans for the next days and enjoyed the pool! YEEEAH we had a pool 😀 how cool is that? :O And there is a dolphin inside!!! 😀

If you want to know whats happening the next days, you have wait for my next post! 😛
(But I can tell you it becomes more and more exciting!!!!) 

Back home again! :)

I’m back!

After two and a half weeks of hard work in Les Roches Marbella and 5 days off I finally have a working internet connection.
Wow that was a taff trip!

Campus Les Roches Marbella

Campus Les Roches Marbella

The first 2 and a half weeks I stayed in Les Roches Marbella. It is a school for people who would like to study anything about hotels and gastronomy.

Our Kitchen-Group

Our Kitchen-Group

I was there with all my fellow students for a summerschool programm. This programm included everyday classes (always about 3 or 4 hours), the first week work in the kitchen (nearly 9 hours per day and also till the weekend) and the second week we had to work in service areas. And after that we had to write exams about all the things we had to learn during that time. … I hope I passed them :O

Okay I have to admit, that we also had some time off. And of course we used that time!

Alfredo... we named the statue in the back Alfredo! :D

Alfredo… we named the statue in the back Alfredo! 😀

Hard Rock Cafe Marbella (Puerto Banus)

Hard Rock Cafe Marbella (Puerto Banus) 

Well mostly we went to the beach to enjoy the sun and the ocean… The first time I enjoyed it a bit to much! xD I was red like a tomato!!! Or we went to Puerto Banus. It’s a lovely city! I can highly recommend going to the traditional market, into the Corte Ingles and if you are as motivated as me to improve your spanish you can also go into the cinema there. I’ve been in “Tinkerbell” or like you would say in Spanish “Campanilla y los piratas”. It was a very funny experience but normally I wouldn’t look a film like that. But if you want to party you have to go to Puerto Banus …I think the name of one good bar or club was Terra Blues or something like that. 😉 (but it’s always full with young crazy people… and I mean REEEEALLY full!)

But enough of that… To be honest it was an exhausting time. Even if I love Spain, the sun and the beach.

Well I had some days left to enjoy all these things.

Streets in Tarifa's Old Town

Streets in Tarifa’s Old Town

View from Gibraltar to Afrika

View from Gibraltar to Afrika

Mijas from our balcony

Mijas from our balcony

These pictures just show a very small part of all my impressions. (I’ll post some more in the following days!)
But as you can see we (My friend Harriet and me) travelled a lot in these five days. Our first stop was in Algeciras were we had a flat for 3 days. From there we travelled to Tarifa and to Gibraltar. I was really impressed how easy and cheap it is to travel with public transports. After these 3 days we went to Mijas. There we stayed 2 days and then we flew back to germany.

…You’ll hear from me soon! And I’ll explain everything in detail to you! I swear! 🙂

Two days left! o.O

In two days I’ll be back in Spain!!!

I’m so excited… and I just can’t hide it!!…Samira, just shut up and write!!!

Well why am I going to Spain again? Well first of all it is a very beautiful country and I reeeally love the language! …But to be honest I have to go. Why? Because I’m studying IMSI. What has one to do with the other? 
Well my college has a partner-school in Marbella. This school is focusing on the hotel-business. Thats why we have to go there and lern some basic stuff about hotels! So it is not going to be just leisure holiday… At first… 😀 after the time in the school a fellow student of mine and me are going to make a trip to Mijas and to Algeciras to enjoy our last few days down there 🙂

But first I hope that I don’t miss my flights and I hope that I’ll arrive there in total… It’s my first time I of flying completely alone and I am a bit nervous…

I’m going to manage that quest somehow! 🙂

Well what am I doing to stop me from going totally crazy in these two days?
Well today I’ll visit my children… WHAT SHE HAS CHILDREN? HOW MANY? well I think about 20 or something… WHAAAAT?… okay they are not MY children but the children I trained in trampolining befor I started to study. It’s one thing that I really miss in my everyday life now… After that I’m invited to a birthday of a very good friend. So today I won’t get the chance to go crazy…
But tomorrow… well I think I kept this day free especially to go crazy 😀 and of course to pack my bag.

Wish me luck and stay curious!

It’s my first time o.O… so please be gentle :D

Hi everyone,
i’ve never done this before so please excuse if I’m doing something unnormal or strange maybe 😀

First of all, I know my english is sometimes not that good as it should be…. but I’ll practise! I promise!
I think now I’ll begin with some information about me and my life. I’m a 20 year old student and I live in Iserlohn Germany. Yaaay I can boast for the next  four years that we won the world’s champion chip 😀

In Iserlohn I study International Management for Service Industries. So I hopefully learn how to lead a hotel or a tourism agency or how to become an event manager. But originally I’m from Hanover. Because of that you will often get blogs from these two cities.

Now why am I starting this blog?
Maybe because I need to distract myself from studying :’D Just a joke 😀
I thought it would be a good way to exchange myself with other people who have similar plans like me. And I promise I have biiiig plans! 😀

Yes there is a reason why I study IMSI! (much easier to remember, isn’t it?) 😀
I want to become a hotel manager and I would like to work in different kinds of hotels and of cooourse in different countries!!!
There are so many hotels and countries I want to see and not only for a week or so. Of course I have some countries in mind 😀
Well I think “some” isn’t the right expresion… I want to see the world. That’s my biggest wish. To make a world trip and see different kinds of landscapes, cultures and peoples. And I don’t want to just see it but feel it!
So the job as a hotelmanager would be perfect. Becaus I study it international I hopefully have the opportunity to work in different countries. So I can live there for two or three years because than it’s normal to change your working place. But I think two or three years should be enough to really see and feel the culture and the land your living in. And this is a perfect way to see many places and learn more about them as if you would just make your holidays there.

Unfortunately it is a very long way to go.
But I’ve already made some stepps in the right direction I think.
Because of my study program I have to work in Spain for a hotel school from the 20the july. So actually in a week… :O (so I already have to apologize that in this period of time I can’t write :(… but after that I have much to tell I think ;))

And another good one os the study abroad semester. Next year I am studying for one semester in Chile 🙂 …hopefully

But before I have to manage the next semester (I hope I passed all my last exams… I haven’t got all my results… after that I should worry about the next semester…), some practical trainings and other … boring… stuff -.-

But like Gabriel Iglesias said “Sometimes you need to create your own entertainment!”
I think I should do that to!