My intership is approaching the end, tomorrow (29.5) will be my last day in Orgadata.
Time flies, although 6 weeks has passed, I am still amazed by this opportunity being offered an internship at Orgadata under the umbrella of EU Mobility, which was coordinated by Raseko and Papenburg BBS.
Regarding to the coming work back home, this internship just appeared at right time, in a good place and with right people. 😄
The learning experiences opened up a new world for me. I especially feel grateful for Wolfgang being my first gear of GUI App & Design Patterns, who presented me the artifacts of software development.🤹♀️
Before saying ”Goodbye”, on the weekend, I visited one more city ”Bremen”. It is the place, where comes a famous story of ”Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten” (The Bremen town musicians).
If you have never heard this story, it is worthy of reading and getting encouraged.
Also according to Wolfgang, the protagonist of well-known novel ”Robinson Crusoe”, was from Böttcherstraße in Bremen, since the father of Robinson used to live here and their family name was ”Kreutznaer”, maybe.
Fiction makes us happy. 🙂
Many German old towns similar to Leer and Bremen with narrow idyllic walk lanes are well preserved and still deliver their historical context.
Yes, it is time to say ”Auf Wiedersehen, Deutschland!”, with so many wonderful things to remember. 🤗
What else could add up as a cheerful moment was a disco night, together with Karin and Klass.
The last time disco for me was almost 15 years ago. In Leer, this night with the music of 90s, suddenly I am back to my 20’s. 🤸♀️🤸♂️
Auf Wiedersehen, Deutschland! Vielen Dank! 🎉🎈