What a keyler misses in her hometown

What a keyler misses in her hometown

Her new abode has air and water too – but Astrid Seidel still remembers sitting on the fjord with a fish sandwich. The native of Kiel has traveled a lot and eventually ended up in Canada. But she still feels connected to her hometown.

keel over She has traveled a lot in the world, but she has maintained her connection with her motherland till date. Astrid Seidel picked up the phone from the other side of the Atlantic – holding a “Moin Moin” coffee mug in her hand. It’s really no different than in his hometown of Kiel in Canada, Seidel says: “We’ve always had wind and a lot of water on the Atlantic.”

It almost gives the impression that Astrid Seidel is being carried by air around the world – she has already traveled to more than 40 countries, some of which she has spent a long time in. Born in Kiel in 1980 and raised in Bordesholm, Seidel studied English and the social sciences in Rostock to become a teacher. As a teacher, she was often away on educational projects during the holidays, for example in Asia and South America. After various positions in Germany, she worked for some time in Great Britain and met her Canadian husband there. This is how Astrid Seidel landed five years ago in Nova Scotia, on the east coast of Canada.

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