Trip to Hamburg
It was a bit sad to leave Warsaw and Agata. After a week together we were thinking alike. Even on the final night we went to bed in the same color of pajamas. That morning before leaving Warsaw I went to buy candies & chocolates at Carrefour in Zlote Tarasy to bring back to Malaysia. Then we're rushing to the platform and found the train has arrived. It is time to say goodbye, after giving her last hug, I boarded the train. The train slowly chugging away leaving the station and I keep on waving my hand at Agata until she gone from my sight.
In the train to Berlin, I was sitting in a cabin coach shared with five other people. Three Polish guys and a Ukraine couple, no hot Polish chicks :P There was an incident in the train after half an hour ride when a Chinese lady with 2 small daughters came to our cabin and showed her tickets that my sit and another guy belong to her. She doesn't speak English nor Polish, so it was communication breakdown. One of the guys went to get train conductor while I stood up to give my sit to her small kids and moved to the next cabin with a beautiful girl in there. When I about to strike a conversation with her the conductor came to resolve the problem with the Chinese lady. Later we found out the Chinese lady booked the ticket on the wrong date. Unfortunately, I have to move back to my own sit :(
Traveling from Warsaw to Hamburg took one whole day with transit in Berlin Haupbahnhof. I arrived in Hamburg Haupbahnhof around 8pm but my host was nowhere to be seen because he was also on the way back to Hamburg from Sweden after visiting his girlfriend. I had to wait for more than half an hour before he showed up later.
|His dwelling full with graffiti|
Amriz told me he tendered his resignation at AON recently and pursuing his passion to open a vintage clothing shop. At that moment he was in proposal stage to the German Entrepreneur Agency to seek for some start up fund. I'm so proud of him, being a Malay in German trying to set up a business. Another thing, German's government did not restrict the monetary assistance to their own people only but they extend it to their PR as well. Living in German and married one, guarantee you a brighter future. Lucky him!
|Alster lake in panorama|
|Town Hall (Rathaus)|
|iPhone has better panoramic view|
|Budak STAR and budak RMC in Hamburg|
|Enjoying the nightfall|
|Repperbahn & port city|
|Jogging around Alster Lake|
|Great weather & great views|
|If I live here this is gonna be my fav running ground|