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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 ...
... turn made the town into a city, then a citadel. As well as all the outside fortifications it was honeycombed with military facilities, access tunnels and storage. This is why the city is known and Gibraltar of the north. Finally at one point the city was granted under treaty that if its impregnable defences were dismantled it would be protected by the other signatories to the treaty. No sooner than this had happened when large seams of high grade iron ore ...
Almost as soon as my exams came to an end, I made my second travel of the year, back to the Netherlands after less than 5 weeks in order to fulfil three tasks. To recover from the intense final weeks of university, to visit my good friends Roel and Sandy, and also to fill in one of the holes in my visited countries map.
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... crawled in feet first with a grin and cracked on with some sleep. Sometime random in the night, a worst nightmare - something woke me up, I rose to my elbows and looked down at my chest to see a curling tail and the rear end of a rat. I scooted the thing off with a yelp, shuddering in disgust it took a while to realize what had happened. It wasn't easy to get back to sleep after that and spent the night hidden in my sleeping bag listening ...
... we walked down into the Petrusse Valley, Poppy enjoyed dashing through the leaves and we spotted a red squirrel in the trees.
We got the lift, as instructed by our walking tour map, back to the top and strolled along the Chemin de la Corniche, an elevated stone walkway that offers a truly amazing panorama over the lower towns of Grund, Clausen and Pfaffenthal. You can also see the semicircular towers which are the remains of the Wenzel wall, ...