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We met the team tonight, everyone seems really great! Budapest is a city of 2 million people with 3,000 homeless. We are renovating two apartments for two homeless couples whom we will get to meet in the next couple of days. Our day starts at 7:00 am for breakfast at the hotel, meet everyone in the lobby by 7:45 am for our 45 minute - two tram ride to the build site. We stop working at 4:30 pm, home by 5:45 ...
... does a body good. Defeats the purpose of a warm cup in hand while walking the cold wintery streets, but many places don’t do brewed coffee and an Americano just doesn’t sound appealing.
Anyway! Moving on, I continued my walk toward the Parliament building and city center. As I was walking, I saw a view that I could not pass up. However, the amount of traffic lights, tram wires, and trees in my way didn’t make for a good picture. For the first time ...
... twirling. The uniforms were a little drab though! By the time our tour was finished the cold had penetrated our clothing and we were now as cold as we had ever been, even with the additional 3kgs of clothing! We stopped off in a very warm Cafe and I had a hearty Goulash Soup, which did the trick. At 4.30pm we headed home feeling like it was at least 10.30 at night because the sun had well and truly set and the street lights were on. Goodnight ...
... to Venice the next morning had me to one of my key destinations.
Venice is tiny.
It is also incredibly beautiful and I really enjoyed the novelty of having the water everywhere. After snapping enough photos to prove I really got there I got back on the road, this time to Trieste.
I loved Trieste, definitely a highlight of the trip. The campground I stayed at was run by the friendliest guy I've meet in ages - Eduardo. I stayed a couple ...
... long have to search! Actually... here in the AIESEC office I find it pretty easy to work. To be honest, I'm a little jealous when I compare it to our office in Braunschweig!
Nevertheless, I am pleased to know much on my further experiences here in Budapest and to get in touch with the first project.
Random fact: The AIESECers have built the second level in their office itself!