Hampshire Hotel - De Broeierd Enschede
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... we managed to get our lot all into Sven and then sensitive Ruby could hold it in no longer and the tears started. That was the soundtrack to the first ten minutes of our trip. We were going for the long haul today as we had taken the slow options for the last few days so we wanted to get as far across Germany as possible. After a while Stevo was telling us there had been an accident and that there was a one hour delay on our route and this was fairly consistent so ...
Certain American habits have reached the Netherlands before me. Very pleasant ones, as there are now decorative pumpkins for sale in October, Valentine gifts in February and jingle bells in the shops at, you guessed it, Christmas time.
There are also a few annoying features reaching our shores from the land of the free. It seems to become the fashion to find an extraordinary, unexpected way to ask your girlfriend to marry you. Preferably when she has no idea you were ...
... was when the onions burnt to a crisp - no this is not an excuse for **** cooking, the stove was absolutely terrible! Wednesday was another lazy day as we were feeling sick (again) but in the evening we met up with a friend of Marco's at Gobi and had a few too many cocktails with him. Berlin was slowly meeting our expectations. Thursday was the highlight of Berlin for me. With the recommendation from a friend of mine who had been in Berlin before us, we took the S-bahn to ...
... rather nervous (so were the Mexicans, and as it turned out,
with reason). We went to our local
central market square to watch this game outdoors, among other fans. The fun thing about it is that ...
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 :)