A lot happening. I finished this academic year and already moved to Milano where my next step of education is
hopefully going to be completed. I started my course at Bocconi University this Monday. But I will talk about this later when realize completely what is going on around. Right now I am just socializing being surrounded by more than 50 nationalities, showing people who had never been to Europe around and trying to follow lectures and get prepared for the upcoming company visits.
Last weeks in Vienna were very intense. Exams, getting my shit together before leaving for 3 months, new places, first summer parties, long nights and busy days. I will definitely soon write my traditional summary about what-and-where-to-eat/drink-in-Vienna-these-months. Long time before the trip it seemed that leaving would be hard as I have become quite attached to my city recently. But when the time has come I didn’t even have a free minute for sadness and realized that I was gone only when was already sitting in the car trying to make the traffic jam drift apart like the sea in front of Moses.
Yes, I drove to Italy this time! It was so much more fun than taking a plane/train would have been! I am so thankful to Jamila who immediately signed up for a road trip with her car when heard that I needed to move to Milano. And to Diana and Isabella who joined us with no hesitation. Such friends are precious! Driving 900km was very interesting, sometimes stressful, but that was a very good experience! And the views on our way were just incredible. So spectacular to drive through the landscapes I had already seen so many times from trains.
We spent a fun weekend together in Milano which I am gonna write about next while I am still under the impression. Girls, I love you! I didn’t laugh this much in a long time! That was a perfect arrival in Italy, release of all the stress from exams and the best buffer between studies at the same time. On top of that, we made another road trip, around the lake of Como. That was even more extreme! The first time on narrow streets of Italian villages and also a debut on hairpin turns for both of us who were driving. Now we can conquer anything! Even an empty fuel tank while going across mountain passes.
Destinations around spectacular Como also deserve a separate note! Will do 😉
I would really love to summarize everything I experienced during the past extremely intense weeks! That’s the way to start summertime!
We are having team building with my colleagues at Bocconi now. And it will be cooking together! I am so much in love with Italian ways of doing business.
Anyways, thanks to the girls again for such an amazing weekend and bringing me to Milano. And welcome to Italy for the next month!