A lifestyle expat travel blog about culture, history, Brexit, the Royal Family, travels around the world, Europe, and being British in Berlin!
But before we go only further, because I’m a bit of a tease, here’s what you missed in the last few weeks:
Back to the topic at hand!
I’ve got a new job!
Not only that.
But I’m going to attend the Royal Wedding Reception of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle too!
Now before you all start pulsating and palpitating, wondering how I did it.
Just know that you should never wonder.
‘cos I’m well-connected!
Seriously though, I’m not going to be at the Royal Wedding Reception at Windsor Castle in the UK, but my event will be just as grand, and marked at the British Embassy in Berlin!
It’ll be quite similar too, ‘cos we’ll be dressed up in all our finery, eating delicate sandwiches, and quaffing champagne, to cheer on the new young Royal Couple!
I might be a new German, but I’m also a proud Brit, and a strong advocate for the monarchy, so it’s only natural that I attend somewhere.
And where better than at my own lovely Embassy!
And just like the Embassy, regardless of Brexit & EU troubles, the UK has always had a special relationship with Germany.
As The British Berliner, I believe in developing and maintaining a strong relationship between both countries, and I’m not going to let that die.
We’re all in it together n’ all that!
And if you really think about it, that’s exactly what this blog is all about!
I’ve got a new job!
As you know, I’m a corporate person combining the world of style and travel, with business ventures.
And that has never changed.
In fact, I’m now the Referent Interne Trainings or the Internal Training Manager at a lovely company called H&D International Group – H&D ITAS Infrastructure Services GmbH.
I’m going to be responsible for:
My office is in Dresden, but I’ll be doing a lot of corporate travel from Berlin and throughout East Germany, ‘cos I’m German now, albeit British-German!
And as a British-German, let me leave you with tips and guides on both Britain AND Germany.
Here we go:
Do you love my fantastic news?
Isn’t it exciting?
This article is not sponsored, and all opinions and the wonderful time that I’m absolutely certain to have, are my very own!
I’ll be continuing my last visit to the UK and telling you all about it, later in the season!
A few weeks ago, I travelled to my 65th country and a new destination.
It was Romania!
If you’re not in Berlin in May, it’s your loss!
That’s it for now.
See you next week!
Note! I never travel without insurance as you never know what might happen.
I learnt my lesson in Spain. And obviously, in countries like Qatar, where technically the risk is higher, I can’t imagine going that far beyond WITHOUT INSURANCE. No siree! You can get yours here, at World Nomads!
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A win-win for all!
Thanks a million!
See you in Berlin.
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Felicitations! Congrats! A visit to a pub is in good order. 🙂
Thanks so much Elisa! It most certainly is! 😀
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WOW! Fantastic on all fronts, my friend! The Royal Wedding bit is cool and all, but CONGRATS on that new job, you rockstar you!
Thanks so much Kristin. I’m really very pleased! 😀
The Royal Wedding was a thrill of course, but the new job really has been marvellous! I know it’s not a thing for bloggers to advocate the corporate world, but I just love being in it, and making my contribution to German society somewhat! 😉
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