Travel Blogs from Middelfart
... gear on you. Ta-da! :-)
When you come aboard the air plane you can place the photo-gear in the carry-on case.
This is not strictly cheating as it is allowed and even described in the airlines own rules. The camera around ones neck is equal to a lady's handbag witch both is allowed in addition to the carry-on case.
The trip is saved! :-)
Finally am I going on holiday in Japan!
I've been planning to go on holiday in Japan for several years but had not been able to do so but this year I'm all set.
27 days in Japan where the first 9 days is a guided tour an the rest of the time I'm travelling on my own.
The purpose of this trip, ...
... versions of Amsterdam, Norway and Scotland. All the displays had a little description about the place that inspired it, as well as the statistics on the amount of lego bricks used and the time it took to create the piece.
Lego land also has a lot of rides as well, and Anna made a game plan for us to get the best of the day. We walked quickly to the far side of the park, and we would eventually work our way back.
It wad the first day of ...
... successful, they seemed to be caught eventually. There was one prisoner who sent the head prison guard a Christmas card at Christmastime after his escape, but the next line in his story read that he later died in jail. There was another prisoner who sent a year digging a 19m long tunnel and escaped, leaving a note saying 'where there's a will, there's a way'. Apparently he also died in jail.
There was another prisoner who attempted escape, but ...
... in our two wheeled backpacks worth of checked in luggage!)! The other oddity and challenge for us prudish Australians was the very European act of scrubbing and showering in a change room before and after entering the otherwise fabulous Aquadome- apparently the largest of its kind in Scandinavia. Fortunately the amazing slides (only photographed externally) were well worth the public displays ...