So. Yeah. I know it’s been like almost a year since I’ve last written. You can see I had been posting occasionally on my Instagram page but become…uninspired? I’m not quite sure. But I think I do want to get back into this.
For starters, I am almost at my 2 year anniversary of being here in Germany. Which is ABSOLUTELY insane! Sometimes I feel like I’ve been gone from the US forever and other times I felt like I just left yesterday. Maybe you all would be interested in what I have learned from living here? Or differences between US and Germany?
My last post left off in Thailand which we (my husband and I) visited at the end of 2016/Jan 2017. The trip did end on somewhat of a miserable note (it rained the ENTIRE 5-6 days we were on the island of Koh Samui) but we really did enjoy our time in Chiang Mai and Bangkok. I would definitely go back with hopefully some nicer weather.
In the meantime, since Jan 2017, we have been to about 11-12 different cities in Germany and Europe. Some were repeats from last year, some were new places. All places we have loved. Yes, not every place may be the best place ever but my husband I feel that you can find positives in every location even if you aren’t willing to move there tomorrow (coughKOH SAMUIcough). Or maybe you would be willing to move there tomorrow, like Amsterdam.
What I would like to do is introduce those places that we have been and overview where and what we ate (obviously the most important), what we saw, what we did, where we stayed, etc. And hope it will be useful for you! And somewhat entertaining. I mean, as you can see, I am by no means one of those Instagram-worthy travel bloggers since I have maybe 5 followers instead of 500,000. I also do not have plandids down but I do try to keep it real as we are just everyday, regular people that have had an amazing opportunity to live and work in Europe. And we are trying to take full advantage of it. Even if we are a bit tired of travel and taking a short break until Christmas :).
Be on the lookout for upcoming posts of our 2017 travels (I keep saying we, our…meaning my husband and I. Sorry, I’m one of THOSE people. I can’t help it. 90% of our travels are together. But not all!).