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My passion for travelling and my interest in learning yet another language took me to Rio de Janeiro, the legendary metropolis on the Atlantic coast of
This is what Bildungsurlaub stands for: Getting inspired by seeing things from a new perspective! Here at Rio’s Jardim Botanico, a beautiful, serene oasis not far from the beach of Ipanema. There is not only an eclectic mix of untamed nature growing next to manicured lawns and flowerbeds, decorated with old, weathered statues and fountains. There is also an exhibition of modern art taking place. My favorite piece is an installation by Gustavo Prado called “Caminho Inverso”/”Reversed Path”. It consists of about thirty mirrors facing the top of the palm tree alley which shows you the plants from many, many….different perspectives! This Way to the Whole Story ->
Twice a week, I’m participating in an Italian online course at the
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci via Zoom – and welcoming classmates from all over the world to my humble living room.
Approaching my goal of being fluent in ten languages before kicking the bucket. This Way to the Whole Story ->
Learning Italian in Milan – when taking a language course in the country of origin, you obviously learn much more than just the local tongue.
Class of 2016: my wonderful interesting, sophisticated, talented, and creative co-students and our sweet teacher Claudia (kneeling in the middle). In the back you see my classmate Ji Hun Yeo from South Korea who came to Italy to study – take a wild guess – lyrical singing. One time we had the great pleasure to get a mini-concerto. Click here to enjoy it, too. This Way to the Whole Story ->
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