Here I am! I can finally say that I’m at the Fair Play Dance Camp.
But first, let me tell you how I went and how I felt.
I was in Amsterdam before. I spent few days there chilling with friends. I had decided to take my flight directly from this city as I found out that to took one from Paris will makes me stop by Amsterdam anyway. Instead of running after flights, I preferred to be really cool with it.
5:30PM – DAG NETHERLANDS!
Yesterday was Saturday. The day of my flight. I was stressed, I must confess. Even if I’m getting used to travel, every events I am going to it’s totally a new experience. I can never know if it’s gonna be a good or a bad one. My dancers friends told me “It’s fat!”, “It’s really big” but that always only words. So I left too early. Of course, you would tell me it’s never too early for flights (and that’s one of the reason I prefer the train) but I I arrived so early I had to wait for 2hours. Without using my phone being too scary not having enough battery to let them know when I will be arrived.
To be true, I was especially worried about how I would be welcomed there. I was definitely new to the landscape and coming as a blogger – which comes always that I’m the first so I can never compare with someone else – then I never know how they picture me.
11:40PM – POLAND, HERE I AM.
I arrived in Krakow-Balice airport around 11pm where Jacob picked me up. Really nice (and on-time), he helped me with my luggage and bring me to the ‘Akademia’ where my roomate were sleeping.
Another confession : I’m never with someone else. So on that point, I was also worried about this main thing: will we match? During dance camps (as in real life), I got to have a lifestyle really harder than usual : late working, short sleeping, always eating.
We took time to introduce to each other – and when I say time, I mean 2 hours. Her name is Artes. She is an 23yo Albanian social media manager. We would match. Sharing our experiences, we decided that she will show me around on the morning.
8:25AM – THE SUN WOKE ME UP.
There’s no curtain on the window, that’s why. Also, it was the plan. My roommate -kind of cool to write, uh- had told me that we would have to breakfast early and for only a hour in the morning so I made myself ready real quick.
After breakfast and lunch, I know now that I will lose some weight the next days (LOL). Not that food ain’t good. But food is too healthy for me.
4PM – TIME IS RUNNING.
Since I’m here, I’ve been sleeping, eating and working. It sounds like a normal day right? That’s because I forgot exploring. I’ve been exploring a lot : trying to find good spots for upcoming videos (of dancers – not me), but also meeting the staff which have been really nice to me – always coming to me introducing themselves and having some short good talks with me. It ain’t the easiest thing to arrive on such a rushy day but as I also got work to do, I’m not feeling too lonely 😅
But hey! Let me stop all this emotional text and tell you about what’s coming.
Tonight will be the first party of the camp:
This will open the week of workshops, masterclasses, meetings with amazing people: