I have never been to the USA. I have experienced the country through its people. I believe that the people reflect what the states are like - diverse, expansive, and hospitable. In today's episode, Ola takes us on her trip to Florida. Let's delve into her experiences.
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Season 2, Episode 1
The one where Ola tells us about the Florida vibe
Agnieszka: Hello Ola, thank you for joining us today. I heard you recently took a trip to the USA. Could you tell us about your experience?
Ola: Hello Agnieszka, thank you for having me. Yes, I had an amazing trip to the USA, visiting the Bahamas, Miami, and the Kennedy Space Centre.
Agnieszka: That sounds fascinating! Let's start with the Bahamas. What were some of the highlights of your time there?
Ola: The Bahamas was absolutely stunning. The ocean with its beautiful colours and the pristine beaches were the most memorable aspects for me. But one thing that stood out was the opportunity to see a big ship used for ocean crossings. It was fascinating to see how these ships, which seemed small from a distance, turned out to be extremely big when you got closer.
Agnieszka: Moving on to Miami, what were your impressions of the city and Miami Beach?
Ola: Miami was quite different from the Bahamas. The city had impressive tall buildings and a lively atmosphere. Miami Beach offered breathtaking views of the ocean, and I was lucky to witness both sunrises and sunsets. I also discovered amazing art paintings and murals in certain parts of the city, created by 60 different painters.
Agnieszka: It sounds like you had a diverse range of experiences in Miami. Did you have any favourite spots or activities in the city?
Ola: One of my favourite spots was an American-style restaurant that had a nostalgic atmosphere, just like the ones you see in movies. It had always been my dream to be in such a typical American restaurant with booths, and it felt like a step back in time. Another interesting sight was a building shaped like a guitar, which was quite captivating. As for activities, exploring the Kennedy Space Centre was both educational and emotional. Seeing real rockets and learning about space exploration history was truly fascinating.
Agnieszka: One last question. Can you tell me about the estate where you stayed in Tampa?
Ola: Sure! The estate I stayed at in Tampa was absolutely charming. It was a typical American house with a small swimming pool and a cosy atmosphere. The neighbourhood was picturesque, with narrow streets and numerous houses, each featuring spacious garages. It felt like being part of a movie scene.
We thank Ola for sharing her experience. Please leave a sign of your presence in the comments section below.
Also, if you feel you would like to share your experience, passion or hobby in an interview just drop me a line. You know how much I will appreciate that.
Written by Agnieszka Kansy