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As this was my second move from a hotel during my trip I was much better packed and prepared, but was not ready for the pain that come along with the realisation of that I was leaving to go to my last activity before leaving Germany. This was something I didn't feel when I departed from Cologne, but I could not escape at the time. I think it is because I spent a lot more time in Dusseldorf, gathering fonder and stronger memories, than at Cologne. I hoped ...
... used to have a no-fuss method.
Another new habit I noticed is to wish everyone a nice day. This is fine in America, where you go shopping once in a while and the cashier sends you off with a smile and "Have a nice day!" -in a pleasant voice ending on a higher note. Now, here, where you shop multiple times a day, this gets really annoying. "Prettige dag verder", uttered without enthusiasm, in a robotic voice, just because the boss instructed you to say it to every body ...
... of a potential language barrier. I did talk to the Worcestershire air cadets, one of whom has a cousin living a dozen doors from my house in the same tiny village.
Despite a lack of spring in my step and general aches and pains (I really hadn't trained enough), I made it to the finish by 3.35pm and sat down to watch the in coming hikers. Once rested, I staggered back for a welcome shower and home cooked food.
... we have. I think it's about another 60kms from here. We are meeting Elle, my friend from school in Amsterdam on the 11th which I am super excited about. It has been far too long! She is attending a conference there for her work, well somewhere near Amsterdam, not in the city itself. Anyway we have a few days to catch up and do some sight seeing before her conference starts on the 16th. So I might wake Paul up now so that we can be on our merry, smooth cycling way. Over and out ...
... and Martin Tensen too.
We had a chit chat, say hi and hello, share something about Young Focus. Changed partner talk from time to time. We had a very short time to talk everything. We Showed our bamboo instruments and exchanged of gifts—it’s like Christmas! Exchanging gifts. We gave Manuel’s present to them, we gave our pasalubong/gifts to them. Judith Tensen gave her gifts to us! Wowww!
We ended up very short ...
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