I love when I succeed in integrating my hobbies/passion during a business trip! ^__^
Two weeks ago I went to Berlin for in total two days for work to take part in an information event.
Together with in total three colleagues we arrived one day before the event because it started too early in the morning. What a great opportunity to enjoy Berlin!
One of our first aims was the Ritter Sport "Bunte Schokowelt" Store. One of my colleagues told me that you can create your very own chocolate there - and so I did also. It's also a great present for your loved ones. I felt like a lil child while assembling the ingredients X'D
|oversized chocolate *__*|
|"Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europa's" / Holocaust Memorial|
Because I didn't had an official meeting during the first day I could wear a (casual) Lolita Outfit. I'm so crazy, I needed to wake up ~4.00am in order to be at time and spent most of the time by doing my hair .. maybe we can call this "pure passion" for Lolita fashion instead of being.. well, .. just crazy!?
Well, one JSK of Innocent World especially caught my attention: "Baked Sweets" in pink.
My fave-colleague thought I was kidding when I told her that I was looking for a JSK which is a bit more "decent". X'D And I think "Baked Sweets" isn't that flashy and/or overloaded in comparison to most of my JSKs I got so far. The mere fact that the JSK was also -50% off is of course just a minor matter. The JSK was love at first sight and so I decided to leave it on after trying on and did purikuras:
During the evenign we took the Bus "100" which drives off most of the sightseeings in Berlin. The best thins bout this bus is that it is a "normal" public service vehicle. You can enjoy the sights without paying the usual tourist bus prices. The only thing you'll may miss is a commentator but I could take it.
Before we needed to get our fligth back the other day we enjoyed strolling at spree river. The weather was so beautiful this day <3
Our downside in Berlin:
We took a Germanwings-flight in the morning. As it later transpired, the aircraft next to the one we had in Duesseldorf was the one which was guided by the (so called) "killer" co-pilot who crashed the plane in France just 3-4 hours later.. I think I didn't need to mention that the flight back a day later was the most unpleasent flight ever. Only ~30 people sat in the Lufthansa plane and the crew were, of course, tensed up. At this stage everyone thought that it had must be a technical problem with the accident plane..
Words can not express what is must feel like. Terrible. My thoughts are with the victims families and friends.