Now I officially feel I’m new in the city. Because I changed the city for the summer. And so all is new again. Armed with new shoes marking the city name. I also decided to participate in the #30dayselfphotothing I found on a blog I like. I was almost going to get my photos up, when I received a very creepy email from a blog-reader of my old blog and I remembered I was “anonymous” here for valid reasons.
Anywho. I did however like the idea of photos simply because it also matched with the day I moved: between states.
Generally my first day in a new city is always strange. I can’t find routes and I tend to always walk to find my way around, and I am always never with maps (will I improve?). At least now I have Google maps (not on my phone though!). I was equipped with directions written down and a memory of what I had seen on the computer. This happens to me on the first day of every new city, but this time I decided to document it. Oh so while walking to the Westendstrasse Flohmarkt imaging it would replicate my lovely Berlin experience, while it severely felt short of it, I traced my own unique neighbourhood route. I accidentally found the Westpark (really cool) and the Audi Dome (ok!) and the Ruhmeshalle (like!). So while I do not regret it. Losing your way is always special ;-).
(From A to F usually a few U-bahn stops with a change and a 4 Km walking way), here’s my walk-map. Really disturbed family that I walked so, but then good exercise and a laugh later, no? 🙂
Entering home again, felt refreshing, even in a hot (!) sommer dach house.