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... around earlier, 'cause this is the reason we came over today. It was worth the two hour train ride.
Once we got back to WakeUp we got ready for dinner in my old apartment. My ex flatmates cooked for us tonight and we would go out in Ivy. After a game of Circle of Death (Ring of Fire, Kings, however you guys call it), Anneleen still believed she was able to do a hand stand. Result: faceplant in the middle of the living room. And we've got it all on camera! :D
It is hard to believe that I’ve already been travelling for four months (I left Switerland on Feb. 19, 2015). Whenever someone asked me the last couple of weeks what I’m doing, my answer was: „I’m living my dream“. Quite often, it actually feels like if I’m dreaming and I am just waiting to wake up in the morning to get ready for work (what a worst case szenario ;-)!) It might be hard to believe, but I actually ...
... Island, and we're in a different world. This island was the English traders enclave in the 1800s. Beautiful old heritage buildings all around.
10:30PM Checked in to the hotel. Time to go down to Starbucks and get a coffee.
11:15PM Relaxing in my room. Quick shower, then time to post my first blog entry!
12:10AM I'm exhausted. I will sleep well tonight.
... t have to worry about tripping over us on every turn when we go to Alaska this summer.
The other comment I have is that so far I have only seen one child...I was told there are no kids programs on the ship...too small I would guess. I also think that I haven't spied anyone under the age of 50 onboard, except for the energetic staff.
We had 13 of us out for the morning stretch class at 7:00 am which is about the capacity of the space. We had had ...
... like "you're fabulous" and "push my buttons ;)", gave us all a good laugh. The parade on March 1st went around many major streets of the city and started with 200 Dykes on Bikes (their terminology, not mine) followed by thousands of other participants on elaborate floats, crazy costumes, and sparkles everywhere. The crowds along the streets were so packed it made it hard to see at sometimes, but there was a guy in front of us that was filming on his iPad so it was acting ...