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... a lot, and I mean a lot, of dentures, grey hair and walkers. Seniors. They seems to be everywhere and unstoppable. Large families walked by of which I counted at least more than five generations. Because I did not wanted to give up my positive attitude right away, I found my way along the streets with majority of shops and people yelling "Kijken niet kopen!", whatever that means. My field of view was only focused on the giant ...
... s delight.
Apparently Spooky's VW T4, more commonly known as Jezebel,
is going to be 'operated on' first thing this morning for a new valve so
hopefully they will be able to catch up later this evening.
The sun shone but we were stuck in an enormous traffic jam
for about an hour & a half. Finally got to the site about 3.30pm. Very
cheap! Phew! 12 euros & that included electricity. It didn't include loo rolls.
... to show the world our guitalele duet. Another goodbye and then I ... napped for most the rest of the day. But I managed to go to a Turkish market, it was craaazy cool, almost as much as the Polish one, but not quite. Then some people from Singapore had moved into my airbnb appartment, so we went out for supper.
June 21 was REALLY cool, and kind of an unexpected day. I knew that three things were going down that I had to see: Christopher Street (a ...
... track of where we’ve been and what we’ve done. From Nordkapp, we overnighted at a small place called Storslett. At this campground, we met a group of 7 German Campers from Saarland (look it up in the atlas). And then, when we got to Tromso, they were there too! They were a friendly bunch. And Tromso was great. This city is traditionally the final stop-off point for North Pole expeditions. We immediately noticed something different – ...
... we headed to the Cenotaph for the Wreath Laying Ceremony and then on to Westminster Abbey for the Memorial Service, which was a huge buzz – attending a service at the Abbey, listening to the Organ and Choir and being surrounded by all that history. But by the time all the ceremonies were over, our feet were sore from all that standing!
Another first experience that we tried on this trip was catching the overnight bus from London to ...
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