Praha, you beautiful city

04 Oct

I flew in to Stuttgart on Thursday. I can officially say I spent my birthday in two new countries.

I cried a lot as I aimlessly wandered the streets I was supposed to have been shown. I wondered what happened again.

I fearlessly got drunk at the hotel bar and was wished many happy birthdays by strangers dressed up for Oktoberfest.

In the morning, I climbed aboard the train headed to Prague and looked out at the beautiful landscape that was supposed to become my new home two years from now.  It was cold and foggy, the same way I felt.

And then miraculously I slept until we reached the fresh, wondrous landscape of The Czech Republic. As we pulled into the city of Prague,  it felt like coming home.

I really love this city. I love the buildings, the cobblestone roads and walks, the live music around every corner. I love the wonderful mix of people here.

It is a soothing balm to my soul.  I think I need to live here.  Turkey is good for now but this is where I will go next. 

1 Comment

Posted by on 04/10/2014 in Uncategorized


Tags: ,

One response to “Praha, you beautiful city

  1. Valerie

    05/10/2014 at 23:50


    Good for you. Glad that you went on the trip. See, the world is full of wonders at every turn. Remember, when one door closes, another always opens.



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

For the Love of ELA

The insane life of secondary teaching.


Tasting Tirana

two apples a day

will keep your students happy

Lee Martin

My life in words

Roads & Kingdoms

Journalism and travel, together at last

Everything is fine here.

It's fine. It's all fine.

Buzzing Blue Room

Miss vd M 's Learning Journey


travel, love, and living life!

Sourav Adhikari

Live Positive Read Positive

New England Nomad

All Things New England


Staying Positive



Write or Wrong

Uninspiration for the uninspired

Attila Ovari

Loving Life and Inspiring Others

Electric Holy Road

A Journey into the Weird and Wunderbar


If travel is an addiction, I'm afflicted.

The Belle Jar

"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath

%d bloggers like this: