Belfast City Marathon 2018 | #Hit the firewall | Feast day

Day 37 07.05.2018 Monday


On Monday I had a day off from work because of it being a feast day. I stayed at home because the blister on my foot was still very painful. It wasn’t getting any better because of my new business shoes and the fact that I had to walk much more than I was used to in Berlin. While I stayed at home and didn’t move at all, my IT-team from agnew was taking part in the Belfast City Marathon 2018 to raise money for the Cancer Fund for Children. The Agnew group aimed to raise 150 000 pound in 2 year for this cause.

In the intranet I found many articles about different events that they already contributed to. It really impressed because they’ve already raised a lot of money.

One of this events was the marathon. They also participated in events like the “Climb Slieve Donard” which is a part of the Mourne Mountains. It is the highest peak in Northern Ireland and in the wider province of Ulster. During the event you have to climb it. „Belfast City Marathon 2018 | #Hit the firewall | Feast day“ weiterlesen

„Networking Engineer by day, grillmaster by night.“

(quote from unknown)

6th of May in 2018:

A long time ago, we planned to have a barbecue because of JDP’s excellent accommodation. The sunny weather suited the best. But first of all Jenny, Phi, Dome and I went to St. George’s Market. We met Tim, Robert and Giuliano there. „„Networking Engineer by day, grillmaster by night.““ weiterlesen

St. Georges Market & Barbecue Party

For a long time I could sleep long again. Because we meet with Tim and Robert at 1pm on St. Georges Market today, I could stay in bed until 11am. Arriving at St. Georges Market, I wanted to buy a Pulled Pork Burger, but unfortunately everything was already sold out today.

Well, after walking around the market for a while, we went to the next Tesco superstore to buy some food for our BBQ party. As the weather was very good today, this was the perfect day for a barbecue. „St. Georges Market & Barbecue Party“ weiterlesen