Time flies...Not so long ago I was busy with my documents and now it's the end of September and here I am - living in a beautiful, bright and peaceful city Fürstenwalde. Everything is so new and unusual that I could have written about it onhundreds of pages, but as I don't want you, my dear Reader, to fall asleep while reading, I would try to put all the stuff in a nutshell. So here we go.
Fürstenwalde is a nice city in 50km distance from Berlin. What I really like that unlike big cities this one isn't suffering from the extremely high speed of life. Here I feel as if in a fairy tale - bright houses, beautiful churches, small shops, and (tha fact that leaves much to be desired in my homeland) polite. In a shop they say Hi and Goodbye to you, smiling sincerely, not artificially. In the street they greet you even you've met just once before. When you ask someone where something is they don't just explain - they go with you and show. A teenager, an adult or an old person - they all are open to you.
Our house is situated right between the cathedral and a music school. So each half an our we hear the bell toll and almost every day we may enjoy the music (yesterday there was a saxophone playing, and now I'm writing this post while the piano sends its pleasant melody to me).
Also there are several parks and a beautiful river Spree here. These places are perfect for a bicycle ride or a walk with friends and family in any weather. I say nothing about dogs which have plenty of space to play at.
I'm lucky to have great people around me. Here are six of us now, and two more are coming soon. Representatives of Hungary, Belarus, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine are living together as a friendly family.
That's how I live here, if shortly. My work starts next week, but now I relax, enjoy the new things and travel a bit. But it's the subject of the next 90% photo-post.