Hi, my name is Florian. I am currently living in Nuremberg and sporadically in Bratislava, Slovakia.
I completed my engineering studies in 2010 (M. Eng.) and I’ve been working for different companies in the automotive sector for one decade by now, with the focus on electronics and mechanical testing.
In spring 2019 I was an enrolled language student at the Comenius University in Bratislava.
I’ve started this (part-time) blog-project in January 2019 out of sheer curiosity and for the purpose of language learning (especially Slovak and English) plus enhancing my writing skills, but my intention was originally to create a personal blog and a platform for small, inspiring stories with the main focus on personal development and the broad spectrum social activities.
This website has no commercial purpose, and I make no profit from it.
I visited Eastern and Western Europe quite a lot the recent years, and some of my travel-experiences will deliver a kind of scaffolding for the core areas of this blog-project.
However, this website should not be confused with an adventure or “pure” travel blog – the main focus will be in any case about Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland, hence countries where a West Slavic language is spoken.
In addition, I wanted to integrate elements of Engineering that blend in with the subject-matter of traveling or include noteworthy background-stories. This in particular brings the most fun to write about, but I will outsource that to another website in the near future probably.
Sidenote: Due to the very nature of this blog, content is subjected to occasional rectifications and text-improvements
– May 11, 2020