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... contacted through the Plettenburg website) arrived with Rolf Wilmink, a history buff who is fluent in English, and Horst, an older man who, as it turns out, knows everything in Plettenberg. Rolf drove us in his newish Land Rover, fully decked out in security gear. Rolf runs a security company with 75 employees, and is also the big shot in the local Shooting Club. The club shoots occasionally, but mostly serves as a social organization important to the ...
Oh what a witty title!
This weekend Mummy and Nana visited for a long weekend, which was soooo lush! The weather was incredible - mini heat wave! - and it was really nice to relax and discover a few more new places around where I live!
After having arrived on Thursday evening, and having a good catch up in the evening, I had to get up early Friday morning to go to school. While I was working, Nana and Mummy decided to be very brave and go to ...
... im Karibischen Meer würde ich gerne per Hand gegen Koje die Inseln besuchen. Weiter durch Mexico, USA nach Kanada.
Von Alaska möchte ich nach Russland.
Dann geht es wieder gen Süden, nach Japan und China, Siam, Thailand.
Gerne möchte ich dann über Neuguinea nach Australien.
Von da geht's zurück über Indien, Iran und die Türkei nach Europa.
Es wird auf jeden Fall eine lange und spannende Reise auf die ich mich sehr freue.
... teaching Birte and Henning some of the Canadian-isms such as "timmies runs." In the evening, Birte and Henning took Oli and I to Dusseldorf (the largest city in the region) where we got the chance to meet Flourian and Alex, two of Martin's sons (brother of Christoph). We also experienced the many varieties of German beer (Oli was in happy land) and walked the streets of this charming city. It was challenging and funny at times, though, ...
... Dortmund was a really great place to see. They have started building the small buildings for the Christmas Market and this huge Christmas tree that will be completed next week. I am so excited to see the markets and whatnot. Regarding the train we took to get there, it was amazing. Using the rail system is highly effecient, and I wish we had more of opportunity to do so in America, at the very least Kentucky should adopt this. It's a very unique experience.