|Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom)*|
I realize that I should now start preparing for my grand Berlin vacation when I turn 30. The German capital, after all, is an expensive city and considering my current status, it is important that I first make myself financially stable to ensure that my "Berlin in 2023" experience will push through.
1. Prepare passport and visa.
2. Learn to speak German. Because duh.
3. Know the country's climate. If the visit happens to be in winter, prepare for the cold weather. Buy coats, boots, gloves, and a hot boytoy (if boyfriend is unavailable) to keep you warm.
4. Prepare itinerary. Know the best dining, shopping and lounging spots. Never miss a museum experience!
5. Learn self-defense. You'll never know if you might need to compete for a nice Jil Sander bag.
6. Buy a camera. Something with large memory space. Because you can't brag about things without proof.
7. Money. Have lots of money. Be sure that you can afford to stay in Berlin after nine grueling years of hardwork. You don't wanna spend your entire life savings on a three-day vacation. But if you've already won the lottery by then, by all means spend.