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... not used to as in all the other places we have been to it was dark from 1630 onwards.
Daniella and I walked around town today and this time at least the shops were open. We also had a Belgium waffle, Daniella with cream on and myself with chocolate.
Sorry forgot to take a photo but believe me it tasted very good.
Tomorrow it's off to Brussels to see the famous Manneken Pis statue.....
... to the 2 people that were still up, and then the fire alarm went off. The power went out and it created a malfunction with the fire alarms system. All of a sudden the whole hostel was outside (luckily it stopped raining) For a good 30 minutes the alarm went on and off, on and off... It got to the point that people just went to bed and didn't worry about it. Power was restored around 10 am. It rained most of the early day today. I walked around with ...
... nog maar 1 stap te gaan!), nieuwe recepten te proberen, met de kat te spelen, te gaan trainen, familie en vrienden te zien. Wat een leven!
En elke ochtend een uurtje skype met de vriendin, dan is de dag meteen goed begonnen!
I'm not busy selling stuff (and boy, does it eat time!) I'm fulltime
thinking about the visum (only one step to go!), trying new recipes,
playing with my cat, going to the gym, meeting friends and family. What a
... head out to do some groceries as we need supplies for our stay at the Sunparks Kempervennen in Vlaanderen, Belgium.
After groceries we head to my father's place to get some administrative things sorted out for my Visas for Russia, China and Mongolia. As a courier will pick up the paperwork the next day to submit the requests to the embassies. I need the visas for the Trans-Siberia express which we are going to take in September. After ...
... serene drive along the meandering roads of the lush green edges of the Bavarian Alps led us to our destination – the hilltop castle of King Ludwig II called Schloss Neuschwanstein. This is a prominent edifice on the landscape that was built in the mid-1800's by the arrogant and completely self-absorbed "mighty" King Ludwig (his more common adjective moniker was "Mad" King Lud). He was the young ruler of the region who ...