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Stayed here for a week or so. Good place to chill out, staff are really friendl. great location only short walk from the center. I had a bed in a 4 bed dorm just females, nice and tidy with a shower in the room which I prefer. Recommend if your looking for cheap yet good accomodation.
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The inevitable homesickness has started to make its way into view. I knew this would happen as I settled down and the excitement of being in Europe wears off. Its still no fun no matter how much you prepare for it. So, to try to bat it off... I cleaned! I cleaned for a few hours and then when Marko got home from school he could tell I wasn't feeling my normal happy self.
So after a few minutes of wallowing, I realized I had to do something about it because I ...
... so much can be accessed through the internet. I'm finding I really don't need so much stuff and its quite liberating. While I realize I'm going to have to purchase some clothing articles for the colder weather that will be here soon, I'm finding myself perfectly content with wearing the few things I brought with me over and over. Don't worry Mom, I promise I'm doing laundry and wearing clean underwear; I'm even washing my ...
I said goodbye to my beloved Specialised 29'er mountain bike and was sorry to be leaving it behind as I have loved riding this woman's specific bike. We road into the village of Frangy this morning and I fell off - thankfully nothing broken before getting on the flight, not having a great start as I banged my head 3 times when packing as well!!! I've been thinking maybe I can find a way ...
Only miles away from the Swiss border, we thought some research might be in order since some English people we had met the day before said they don't go there because of the tolls. While it should be possible to avoid the national roads, all their other fines for misdemeanours (like being 1km over the speed limit), for which they can chase you through the NZ court system, and confiscation of satnavs if they have a speed camera alert on them, just meant it would be ...
... s obviously a for bit of poverty but its also full of interesting little nooks. Anyway, out the other side of the city and heading for the mountains. It wasn't that far so we googled 'things to do on the way' and found a beautiful little medieval town to stop off at. Perouges was built as a replica of Perugia in Italy by some French nobleman returning from the city. On a smaller scale, it had lots of similarities. Spelt differently, they are said the same. There were a couple ...