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Walking through the streets of Leeuwarden should have been amazing; instead, it was a struggle and I felt like a teeny-tiny ant crawling in a giant anthill. I was more likely focused on how fast I could escape from this crowd rather than enjoying the medieval building surrounding me.
Two days ago I arrived in Leeuwarden. Before I decided to visit this city, I researched the city with my mobile phone and found ...
... nl to see if they could fix the issue with the leisure battery not charing. They could not have been more helpful! I think every mechanic came out to take photos! They diagnosed the issue - a broken split relay thingy, and pointed me in the direction of an auto shop back in the direction I had come from. The guys in Autoshop Swieringa were disappointed not to be able to supply the part I needed, but did know of a bug specialist another 20mins again in the direction I wanted to be ...
... for a barbeque with a western theme. We had very silly costumes - an inflated horse with legs hanging over so it looked as though we were riding!
Then Jim appeared in the same! Everyone had dressed up except Eileen & he had to 'drink some forfeits'. The evening was a riot (not least because Steve had bought some 11.5% beer) & ended in the early hours.
None of us were very bright this morning, Steve especially wasn't firing on ...
... useful (and fun!) it is to write blogs. So here is my 'gift' to you: a little overview of my journey in the last week.
So let's go in chronological order, shall we? The last post was June 18th, which was really only the beginning of adventures yet to come in Berlin. I was originally staying at a hostel in Mitte, but I also booked an airbnb in Kreuzberg, because lately hostels have been getting old. I love meeting new people, but my gosh sometimes it ...
... you visit the Polar Museum, you get a very in-depth display of his life and his achievements. The Polar Museum is a really interesting museum with lots of information about exploration and living in the Polar region, but we learnt about another really interesting guy, Fridtjof Nansen, who was another over-achiever. He had a theory that if you could left a ship just drift (at the right parallel), you would get to the North Pole. So in 1893, he had a ...