After having seen so many different parts of Latin America and meeting lovely people, I felt like nothing could still impressive me that much as Rio de Janeiro did it!
After all the different interviews with Alumni from ITK we met Ingo Hahne from MDR (German TV Channel) with his Assistent Leo. He was interested in our story, my volunteer role at the Olympic Games and the project we did. He picked us up with his amazing bus where normally a lot of German Athletes got interviewed :).
At first I wanted to introduce the people I got to know ;). Our group has one of the most different nationalities. We have people from Hungary, Italy, UK, India, US, Bosnia, Swiss, Brazil, France, Spain, Australia, Germany etc… 🙂 Continue reading
To be a volunteer at the Olympic Games in Rio you had to apply 1,5 years before. Actually I was shocked that I have to apply so early, but later I understood what kind of organisation it is and that 1,5 years before is alright, because they needed more than 70000 volunteers to be chosen! This number of volunteers explains a lot. So what did I have to do for my application: Continue reading
I talked to a fellow student who stayed some months in Brasil and he said: “São Paulo is monster”. At first I didn’t know what he meant, but after our visit I totally understand him – more about that later.