Finally after seven months I am back in Germany. It feels familiar and foreign at the same time and I feel COLD! After three months nearly without temperatures under 20 degrees, 18 degrees feel like deep winter!
The most touching moment during the last days was to see Chaco, my horse, again, to smell the odour of the stable and to stroke his soft and warm coat.
Luckily I have only little time to fall into a post ERASMUS depression. The last days I was more or less busy with unpacking all the things, my mother and I brought home and the things, that accumulated, while I was in Greece.
Today in the evening there will be an opening for the Summer school I attend the next three weeks in Bielefeld. It will deal with German Romanticism and includes lectures, workshops and an excursion to places in Germany, that are connected with this époque in different ways.
So you can see: While on chapter is nearly closed, the next has almost begun. Nevertheless I will come back to Greece as soon as possible to see my friends and to go on holiday. But first I have to work!
And this might also be the last entry of this blog for the moment. But I do my very best to write a kind of recapitulation or postscript, summarizing my experiences and collecting some of the most impressing pictures.
This is also the moment, where I want to thank all my ERASMUS and my Greek friend, that made the former months so incredible amazing, filled with countless unforgettable memories. And I want to thank you for following my blog and sharing my experiences. I hope you liked it and you also want to explore the Greek life now 🙂
Last but not least, I´ll give you two songs that fit to the beginning and the end of my time abroad:
Revolverheld „Lass uns gehen“ : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRBahNdUfUo
Boy – We were here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMdNOiplpEc
From Athens to Bielefeld – 2636 kilometres distances, but both feel like home!