A city that can exhaust, frustrate and disgust you, but leave you wanting more – Marrakech was my first venture outside of Europe and I had a whale of a time with no real plan or idea what on earth I was doing. I have visited since and must say this city changes INCREDIBLY quickly, so take my pointers as advice rather than fact and explore for yourself!
My first start-up has been thrown money by investors and I want to talk about it.
When Megabus started offering £20 trips to Europe I hopped aboard an overnight shuttle to Cologne to explore what was billed as a beautiful student city. Unfortunately I went during a week of torrential downpour and had a bit of a naff time, but I’ll try again one day as there were some incredible sights in this old-styled city.
One of my favourite cities in the world, my first non-holiday travel and one I will keep repeating for the rest of my life. A city with endless beauty to marvel at and action at every corner, yet the most relaxing and homely city I’ve ever visited. Every building is a work of art, every street welcomes you with open arms and there’s never a sense of boredom when mindlessly strolling through the canal-constricted cobbled streets of Amsterdam.
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