Over the last 5 articles, we have introduced you to all our juniors. We did this by inviting them to share pictures of their travels, hobbies, pets, pictures from their past and snapshots with their favorite colleagues. To end this series, we have widened our scope a bit and asked the juniors to show us a picture they recently took and tell us the story behind it.
Apart from that, I love to travel and go out for an adventure with my girlfriend, especially to Scandinavian countries. We traveled to Norway last year.
I really appreciate it when the time I invest in something results in concrete, tangible things. This is what I seek in a job as a consultant as well: making a difference and seeing the results of what I do.
A new country, new language, new job, new colleagues, and a new house – I strongly believe that facing the unknown with a smile is the best way to keep going.
For me, starting to work at Delaware is a challenge too, and I’m excited to experience this adventure.
And that is who I am: with the support of others I can outdo myself.
I recently returned from a 3-week road trip to South Africa that turned out to be amazing. I was accompanied by 2 good friends who had already been there and knew the lay of the land. Starting out in Johannesburg we went to Drakensberg, Hluhluwe park, Cradock, Franschhoek and finally.. Cape Town (see picture, Table Mountain). We saw hippos grazing in the streets, dolphins swimming alongside surfers, helped a tortoise cross the highway and so much more.
From the beauty of the landscape to the poverty in the townships, this was an eye-opening experience.
In February, I did volunteer work for 6 weeks in Asunción, the capital of Paraguay, where I lived with a warm-hearted host family. After I found out that we shared the same passion for football, I invited my host and his dad to a Copa Libertadores game between their favorite local team in the national football stadium to thank them for taking such good care of me. The atmosphere, with continuous singing of the local supporters, gave me goosebumps. A special memory with people close to my heart!