My Weekend in Pictures and Songs

After traveling to Budapest past week and planning to visit Pécs and Szeged for my birthday weekend next week, I have spent the past days in Debrecen studying, hanging out with my friends and participating in some traditional Hungarian cultural events.

Malou’s blogpost inspired me to share parts of my soundtrack of life in Debrecen with you.

As time goes by with the things that you’re doing somewhere, you move on in your insights, in your encounters with other people, in your knowledge about the environment, until eventually the place is slowly transformed into something familiar. Wherever that is – it’s almost always music which accompanies you and will certainly be connected to different stadiums of your development.

The Soundtrack will be a feature extended every now and then, depending on the status quo on site and on air. Chances are high that these following tracks will be pillars of my memories. (A_Way)

There you go. Enjoy!

Thursday

Study Hungarian

Party at Klinika, a student club near our dormitory

Friday

Girls Night with Ice Cream and a Movie

Saturday

City tour with my Hungarian culture class and March 15th 1848 Memorial Torchlight Procession

Kossuth Lajos Memorial and Debreceni Refórmatus Nagytemplom "Yellow Church")

Kossuth Lajos Memorial and Debreceni Refórmatus Nagytemplom “Yellow Church”)

The torchlight walk from the university to the city center took 45 minutes and ended in a cultural gathering with traditional dance performances.

The torchlight procession from the university to the city center took 45 minutes and ended in a cultural gathering with traditional dance performances.

Concert at  my favorite Roncsbár: The Carbonfools

Sunday

Work on assignments for next week’s classes.

Take a walk in the park to enjoy the nice spring day outside

Question of the Day:

Which songs are part of you (current) soundtrack of life? Leave me a comment 🙂

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