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... br> We walked around the corner and a local food and produce market filled the street. Tasted some cheeses, local savoury pastries, confectionery (aniseed jelly rats ☺), fresh raspberries, and of course sweet pastries galore!
Back to the main square and heard a brass band approaching, followed by Saint Nicholas and Black Pete, a Dutch and Belgian tradition for the arrival of Santa into ...
... of fire, we were ready for our bike tours:
India, the Americas, the Silk Road ...
Last year we discovered the 4x4 in Australia.
And we were sold.
And now our Grey Nomad is almost finished.
Next year we begin our journey through Africa.
Travelling is learning to live. (Touareg proverb)
Who can travel far has a lot of stories.
The delusion of the traveler is that he is ...
... ranga but there you go. Definitely recommended.
Elbow: Totally different pace than everything else on the first day which was needed. Chilled out on the grass in our general spot and enjoyed the silky smooth sounds! Haha that sounds super gay but couldn’t describe it better.
Florence: Freak. She was talking about sacrafices and talking weird **** between songs and dancing around like a weirdo, but lucky her voice is amazing!
... up around 12 to my roommate's friend walking in my room showing me her outfit. It was so outrageous and I loved it. My roommate went all out. Wings and everything. Looked a bit like a street walker but I loved it. The dress code/theme was all white. You had to wear a white top and white bottom or you wouldn’t be let in. they weren’t messing around either. Even if you had a valid ticket they wouldn’t let you in if you weren’t in white. so Friday I ...
... morals. "Nobody thinks they are good enough to work these days! It's all rubbish, I tell you, rubbish!" Every now and then I could get him talking about something other than labor and work, like his family. He has 16 children and he told me this as if it weren't odd at all. I immediately said, wow, and he looked at me quite frankly and told me that most people say "How do you have 16 children" and that he always responds by saying "Well, by a ...