Hampshire Hotel - De Broeierd Enschede
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The rain woke us up this morning at about 8 with the realisation that we had to pack the tent away so that was a slightly annoying start to the day however everyone was very well organised this morning and we were all packed up and ready to go at 9.30. The girls played some last minute card games with Megan and Kate and we had a last yak with Ron and Heidi and then we started saying our goodbyes which took the girls quite a while as they had to negotiate various group ...
... do so. This is a far cry from the old times where one just sort of knew it was time to tie the knot. Both parties sort of knew, one was brave enough to sprout the topic and the other nodded in agreement. The happy couple paid their own wedding, they both went to choose rings to their liking and picked a date in the near future. Not too romantic, true, but also not too embarrassing in case you are not sure, or don’t like his taste in rings (this is the girl's perspective). ...
... at the bar at Wombat's hostel. Other than the hostel itself being the best hostel ever, the people we met there were also some of the nicest people I have ever met. Most of them were Americans and we quickly formed friendships through their weird drinking games and our 'cool' accents. Because of this we were very sad to leave Munich behind. Nim and Marco left a day earlier than Lia and I. After saying sad goodbyes to them at the station, Lia and I made our way to my family ...
... leave the house two
minutes before the game starts and be comfortably seated on time, our orange
apparel in place, and drinks ordered in nervous anticipation. Enjoy the rest of
The first post... The first of many ones, I hope. And the first of a long journey.
Yesterday, I have taken my dark blue, surprisingly comfortable sitting (even with a weight of 12 kg) and expensive travelling companion home. It's a Gregory Deva 60 L.
I was happy and I hope that he will be a good companion :)