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75 days to departure.
the day of departure is coming closer and as it does, my excitement grows. I just turned 19 yesterday and realized that this will probably be the last birthday that I will spent living at home. I also just returned from a short trip to the British isles on which I visited Dublin and Glasgow with a good mate of mine, Tomas, before spending a day ...
... stop in Luxembourg.
It's always crazy how normal everything is, after having been away for so long. You focus on the teeny tiny details: "That shop wasn't there yet, was it? Wow, the gym has a purple floor now!"
Of course, there are the things you've missed in Latvia, such as fluffy corn bread, kaassoufflés, mom's waffles, Frans' cooking, Marianne's hugs, Nona's surprise 'kisses'... "Look how wonderfully paved the ...
... off - we were living on the edge, it's a long time since we traveled without any reservations made in advance, as we weren't entirely sure of our movements until after the trip had finished. We went to the same hotel we researched before we left, and they shuffled some rooms and fitted us in. It's a small room, but a great location on the main street about half way between the old town and the train station.
Went for a walk in the ...
... to watch the afternoons repeat of the morning stage.
We soon got back to our cossy and saw the rain clouds were looming....sure enough it started to rain...lucky yet again we had our raincoats, beanies and an umbrella...and we saved a dry spot on the grass before the rain set in. ( by the way it was freezing cold...about 12 degrees...those of you experiencing winter at the moment, sorry but this is the coldest we've had for a while!! ...
... old and living in Zambia, and I have no recollection! On the way to the Milne's home we were shown the huge 5000 site American Cemetery, including General Patten. On arrival at our home for the night we were greeted by Harvey, a very handsome dog whose initial excitement of children to play with quickly dissolved in the 34 degree heat. Angela, Peter and Jackie were ...