A last hello … y hasta luego

Hey there,

after more than a year I think I owe you one last post…

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I´m sorry that at one point I stopped posting. Simply too many wonderful moments, incredible experiences and breath-taking adventures… (Ok, and I also admit that I might have adopted to the southamerican leisurliness a little too much :P)

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But I can surely say that I had an amazing and unforgettable time. And there is a whole lot more to come. Even though I now live in Germany again -I moved to Munich for my architecture studies- I still feel very connected to South America.

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This spring I travelled to Bolivia again to visit my family, Alex, my friends and, of course, the orphanage where I used to work. During my stay there I founded my own little project “Manitos Arriba” for “my kids”. I did that in collaboration with some friends and former colleagues.

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Our reasons and motives, as well as the project description, photos and ways to get engaged and support us, you can find on our website: www.manitos-arriba.org. You can also find us on facebook: Manitos Arriba.

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We attempt to always keep everyone up to date about all that we do. (Don´t worry, the neglect of my blog was a once in a life time offence :P)

So please check out what we do! For questions, remarks and/or ideas feel free to contact me: info@manitos-arriba.org!

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Do also not hesitate to ask about any further information on my volunteering experience or Bolivia in general!

My blog, however, I am officially going to end at this point. I do hope to have given you some interesting insights, at least in the beginning…

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I started my blog with the saying “Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar” (Antonio Machado). After this motto I will keep on forming my path of life, open for every surprise and new turn. Travelling will for sure always be a big and important part of this path.  In September already I will be travelling to South America again and my third year of university I will also spend abroad as part of my studies. And since my little sister Marit is leaving for South Africa next week to also spend a year volunteering abroad, of course, I´m hoping to be able to visit her, as well…


I am very happy and I appreciate all those amazing oportunities that I´m given and the great support from all sides. Life is truly beautiful!

Wiebke Marie von Bremen

And with those words:


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