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... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
... 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 ...
... for a bit we wandered up to the wine-cellar/restaurant door to sort out paying, got a map of the town and were told about the 'hip-hop' bus that could take us around town. We actually got the bikes out and went for a ride along the path as far as a garden centre, boy did our legs ache, must be all the city–walking we have done over the last few days, so sat outside in the sun for the rest of the afternoon and then went up to the restaurant in the evening for a ...
... museum, but first went to get something to eat. We found an old cellar, themed with knights, but struggled to get the attention of the staff - still, in less than an hour, we had all eaten. Good schnitzels for the kids and I but Steven had been more adventurous - we think it was a fish, not necessarily cooked, in a cold creamy sauce. He said it was tasty.... I was stressing about how much there was still to see in Trier, especially with the days so short (sunset at about 4pm). ...
... town of only about 7000 people and found the campsite, right on the edge of the Mosel river. It is a very picturesque place, with vineyards stretching up the banks of the Mosel on both sides and as good luck would have it, the cycleway to Trier went straight through the campsite....so absolutely perfect!! To add to the excitement, VW Beatles and old VW combis started arriving in all sorts of colours, shapes and sizes. The campsite, we found ...