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Keri HillsPlans...

I’m going in 2014! 4 months ago


bermudamohawkready or not

here I come :) 10 months ago


bermudamohawkes ist Zeit, sich vorzubereiten (???)

I leave for Germany in 19 days! AHHH! I can’t believe this trip is really happening. While part of me would love to take off with an empty suitcase and worry about silly little things like clothes and toiletries when I get there, I know that’s not the most cost effective way to travel (especially considering the strength of the Euro and the length of my stay). My goal is to travel light, comfortably, and without stress. Piece of cake ;)

So here’s what I want/need to do before my departure:

May 16-25

  • email S with all my last-minute questions
  • invest in a few new articles of clothing that fit my body the way it is now
  • find cute and comfortable walking shoes (that can also be used for work)my Toms are going to fit the bill, I do believe
  • break in said walking shoes
  • find a comfortable pair of earbuds
  • buy a small notebook to use as a travel journal
  • learn five new German phrases
  • test my new travel pillowsuccess! it’s amazingly comfortable. I now have hope of sleeping on the red eye.

May 26-June 1

  • redo my closet for warmer weather
  • contact my bank
  • contact my credit card issuers
  • exchange some money
  • figure out my phone/communication situationSkype and gchat on my phone will suffice :) I’m not even going to bother trying to get phone service if I can stay in touch with home for free over wifi. It will be nice to be relatively disconnected.
  • play with the camera settings on my phone
  • clear pictures off my phone and camera SD cards
  • create a packing list
  • check it twice

June 2-3

  • update podcasts and load up my iPod
  • download a few new books
  • download any needed travel apps
  • make copies of all the cards (ID, credit cards, etc.) I’ll be taking with me to keep at home
  • make a copy of my passport to keep with me
  • withdraw some US dollars just in case
  • transfer money into checking account
  • go toiletry shopping
  • pack my luggage
  • have some fun packing my personal item 11 months ago

KimnxenaThe purpose

I want to visit where my dad grew up. I want to see where his dad died. I want to see his dad’s grave. I want to feel the essence of my roots. 17 months ago


diamondgirl215Untitled

I didnt really give this up, but the window of time for this to be very applicable at the moment passed. It will surely resurface on my list! 17 months ago


skr5enot only visited, became a permanent resident

It was a vague wish to be stationed in Europe when I joined the US Air Force, and I’ve been stationed in Germany for just over 1 year. It’s been great and I’m grateful to have had the opportunity. 2 years ago


auMarianneMade it via Goldman Sachs Foundation

It’s really lucky of me to be selected by SIFE and GSF to go to Berlin, awarded as Winner of Capital Markets Program! Berlin is absolutely worth going, and I really enjoyed the trip! 2 years ago


AgneZedTomorrow!!!

I can’t wait :}}} 2 years ago


skittledragonIt's happening!

Plane and hostel booked – I’m off to Berlin with my boy in October, and it will coincide with our 6 year anniversary =) I’m so excited! I would’ve finished my German language course by then as well, so I’ll be able to try out my skills on the locals =D 2 years ago


bermudamohawkSchei├če

I’ve now realized that if I planned a last minute, extended weekend trip, I could easily afford to do this sometime this summer. Of course now that I’ve realized this, I can’t find an open weekend. Well, there is ONE potential weekend in July, but fares are too high right now. I’ve put it on my calendar to check later in the month – that would be AMAZING if I could accomplish this goal. Otherwise, I’ll re-open it once my friend moves back home. 2 years ago


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