Today is Thanksgiving and all our American friends are celebrating and eating turkey. Which is bringing everyone to think, what they should be thankful for…
There is many things I should be thankful. But I will focus just in this year 2012:
- I moved to rainy London and it wasn’t that horrible as the first time. Getting to know many different views and many amazing people.
|London Eye in a clear day|
- I decided I wanted to work as a manager in something related with the Olympic Games London 2012 and I GOT IT! I should be thankful to my company which believed in me and gave me such an opportunity. But of course I should be thankful to myself, my confidence and hard work and to my straightforward “bubbly” personality.
|Can anyone look to my camera please?|
- I am grateful to have visited two ex-soviet Republic and actually loved them! Now I have a real reason to learn Russian!Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will be a very important part of my life trip. I had a very acceptable weather when I was there and I got to visit all the places I wanted. Checking the amazing job that my friend Shiho is doing as a volunteer in Kyrgyzstan. Plus I met amazing people I did not expect! Paxmat!
|Almaty forests told me many secrets!|
|Enjoying my first Kurman Ait (Muslim Celebration)|
- Hong Kong was another surprise in my trip. I didn’t even expect I will like it. But in the morning I was asking advice to the big Buddha in Lantau to give me some ideas to live in Hong Kong for a while and at night I was asked by the owner from a cool new restaurant to stay in Hong Kong and work with him as longer as I want. And he suddenly recognized my talent and qualities through my attitude and offered me an important compensation…What else should I be thankful for my first 30 hours in Hong Kong?
- Thanks again, Couchsurfing. I got to live for a week in an university campus with amazing views of the Sai Kung Bay! And Sheung Wan, in the real center of Hong Kong!
- And I am back in the Philippines, my 4th home (after Almeria, Eichstätt and Budapest). Everything even better than I expected with my lovely Dohna. Today I finished my Rescue Diver course. One course more and I will be able to travel around the world while teaching!!I am so close!
|It's so hard to live in the Paradise!|
- But for a few more days, I will relax in the Philippines. I am thankful that, having in consideration the delicate situation of my country and the high unemployment rate, I am able to find jobs everywhere in the world.
And definitely huge THANK YOU to all my friends around the world. Without you, I would not be anything!