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... of how evil Mankind can be but also how precious life is and how even decades on, there are people out there who are willing to fight to preserve such important memories.
Book online, at least a couple of weeks in advance, in order to avoid the queues. I got there just after 10-30am on a Monday and the queue (which can pass the three-hour mark) was already snaking well past the ...
Travel requires such an interesting balancing act. As a foreigner you are told to walk confidently, look ahead like you have a purpose and destination in mind. Do not show that you are (completely) out of your element or you are sure to be taken for a ride.
But, as a foreigner, you are doing your best to exude this air of control all the while trying to read signs in a different language, check for moving vehicles that ...
... The man that owns the farm was really strange but funny, and showed us how to make clogs! It poured rain on us on the bike tour, I loved it, Kata not so much, but she was a good sport! We were asked to watch the back of the tour to make sure we didn't loss anyone, sounded fine at the beginning but two members of the tour were not good at biking, they crashed, stopped going up hills, went extremely slow so we ...
... becomes one of your favourite words. 7. You feel closer to friends made on the road than some of those you have known your whole life. 8. To you, hot water is a luxury. Sometimes even just running water. 9. Even if traveling alone, you haven’t had a room to yourself in a really long time. 10. You really aren’t sure what day it is, unless there’s a beer special at the pub. Everyday is Saturday. 11. You can say Cheers in ...
... are smoke shops and tons of pizza. You will literally just see people walking down the street eating pizza, laughing, talking in all different languages. And if you love drinking, they have tons of bars and cafes where people just sit outside and get ********d. It's such a cool place. I'll be stopping by on my way home from ...