I was woken at 7:15 in the morning. Still knackered, as I had been on a class trip to Rome in the previous week, I trotted downstairs for breakfast.
At 8:00 we left the house, driving to the Oberbaum Brücke, located near the Spree. It was here were my adventure would start. When I entered “Meta’s” headquarters, I received a friendly welcome from the editor. She showed me around, and I recieved my own desk, equipped with an computer and a telephone. Afterward, I was taken taken to the check-up of a report on the dangers faced by cyclists on German streets. Everyone made their own opinion clear, and made remarks and comments on how to improve the story. Later in the day, I had to do thorough research on an former Islamist, who decided to spill the beans and inform the wider community about the problems and processes in the IS and his path to radicalization.
Overall, it was an incredible day, and everybody was astoundingly friendly and warm to me.