An Expat in Germany

What’s the good thing about Germany? I heard some people talking that this country is boring. I believed not. After learning and adopting the culture and tradition of this land, I already feel at home in Germany. I found and considered this country as my second home.

One of the things that interest me here are the different festivals that are held anytime of the year. Taking for example the famous Oktoberfest in Munich or the Canstatter festival in Stuttgart, the famous Fasching or carnival in Cologne, Mainz or Düsseldorf, the Dultfests in Regensburg and many other small and large events and festivals in this country, for sure after experiencing it, you will like and love it.

Highlight: We received a good news from a family member the other day. She said she is three months pregnant. I guess, she need to learn how to increase breast milk production after she will give birth this coming September. We are so happy for her. Congrats Dani! You will be a full woman soon being a future mother.

This image here was taken during the Dultfest in Regensburg last year. I wish to visit it again this year. Lastle I can say that being an expat in Germany, I believed I am fully integrated here especially after learning its language, the people and its culture and tradition.

 
 

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