I suppose I should start by telling you all a little bit about myself, eh?
It’s been three weeks since I completed my university degree and entered post grad life. As my mother will tell you, I am definitely not mature enough to start looking after myself. Although my immaturity is still prevalent, I have already embarked upon the journey that is called life.
Since the 21st of May I have been in Prague. The reason for this is because I am doing a TESOL course here so I can travel around the world in a feasible fashion!
I haven’t been here long, but already this place is amazing. The rustic buildings are completely captivating, and the art work is fascinating, if not a little creepy.
As you can see, this isn’t exactly your run of the mill decorative piece. I am so lucky that I get to see this everyday, as it is right outside my building. One more thing, it gets more terrifying at night.
So why am I creating this blog?
Well, the main reason is to keep my friends and family in the loop about the places I visit and the abnormalities I come across whilst I am abroad. However, I would also like to share my adventures with everyone. Hopefully, through the things you see on here, you will be invigorated to travel and see these scenes for yourself.
I suppose another question you will want answered is, what will I be blogging about?
I can’t give a definitive answer, but what I can tell you is that I will be posting about a variety of things. From ‘original Czech cuisine’ to places to visit whilst in Prague, to life as a teacher.
Ah, I almost forgot to tell you, I will not be in Prague indefinitely. I am doing this course to catapult me in the direction of Asia. So eventually I will be blogging about South Korea and Japan!
I know this is a bit of a short one to begin with, but I’ve got to go out and explore more.
Ciao for now!
P.s. mum I’m fine