Can't believe a whole month has gone by - wheredigo? If any translators – pro, part-time or aspiring – feel like casting off the fetters binding them to their desks and emerging blinking into the real world, you’re welcome to join us at our meetups. Dates and days are irregular but we try to meet once a month, usually somewhere relaxed with nice food and drink. We have our favourite locations but are always open to new suggestions about where to meet. Subjects discussed are usually wide-ranging, as befits the enormous scope of stuff we translate; or sometimes we just get drunk and moan about clients. Come one, come all. Roll up, roll up. This is also open to translators who don't have fetters, agoraphobia or workaholism, by the way. If you exist. Click the "Follow this" button top right to receive updates via email. See also discussion archive of previous translators' meetups.
Hi all, i've been living in Lubeck for 6 months now, currently learning German language. Is there anyone interested to meet up? Let me know, maybe we can arrange something. I live in Konigstrasse.
***Thanks to everyone for the tremendous turn out at December's meetup! It was great meeting all of you, and I think we all had a good time.***This event was created for people in Darmstadt to stay, be it by choice or by stroke of fate -- or for those who want to be!Come by and have a beer with other folks in Darmstadt/Südhessen long-term.We speak English and/or German.
Looking forward to seeing you all again!
Looking for some partners to start playing music together, in Munich. Anything that could be fun, from blues and rock'n roll, to heavy metal, power metal, symphonic metal, or folk with different influences.
I have some experience playing the guitar, flutes and mundharmonika. Let's have fun and see where this can go!
Some ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hf3eM8m9AM&list=PLtxqYWAubMF3B6RWMJXoiMZBDb0Qo0qJ7&t=0s&index=56