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... at once. It's more calming. So it took me a couple of days to get used to the variety around me, the fast walking pace, the bicylces, trains, street musicians, grumpy faces, beggers, giant buildings. What instantly made me happy were all the different greens! The pine trees, the smells, the flowers, the squirrel (though they have 'em in Sanur), baker shops, wide meadows and forests with shiny bugs, the sunshine, the bread and ...
... out of wood that had the city's landmarks. We did good, I think. Both things were made right here in Germany, but many of the things we saw were not.
One thing we're not enchanted with are the public restrooms! You must pay .50 euros to get into one! And often we don't have coins. Even if you're in a restaurant or a shop, you must pay. We just don't get that.
We caught the last shuttle back to the ship, freshened up, and went to dinner. Some local ...
... railings and parked along the street and at the station. People riding to and from work, shops, visiting etc. Even in business suits or dresses. Even on the phone, with no hands, or carrying all of the shopping home. Lots of customised bikes too... Prams or carts on the front, bikes with two seats and one set of pedals... Fun to see - and there is no dawdling - it's GO or STOP. We had to be very alert at the road ...
... to the ship on the hour, we decided to get a taxi and head on back an hour early. Well, our taxi driver did not know where our ship was and we forgot to locate the pier before leaving. SOOO, he took us to one of the other Viking ships which just happened to be at the exact opposite end of the wharf from where we really were docked. It was a beautiful sunny day, so we decided to just walk back! What a ...
... to sobering talks about safety and security, to sleepy lectures about cold chain protocol. I'm more than half way done with the training and am having a ball and loving the caliber of attendees. Everyone who has made it this far has passed through all the MSF hoops (interview, hiring, info days etc) and now either has a mission or is in the cue to receive a mission. I'm in ...