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... our country village strolls we discovered the coolest farm gates ever made. It's like an entire tree has been used. We were impressed. It's hard to explain but I feel like a photo should be sufficient. We also try another cafe where they serve a miniature whiskey ice cream on the side of your coffee plate, it was surprisingly yummy! Our last day in Emmen! How the week has flown. We pack up our stuff after brunch and then head in to what can only be described as ...
The rain woke us up this morning at about 8 with the realisation that we had to pack the tent away so that was a slightly annoying start to the day however everyone was very well organised this morning and we were all packed up and ready to go at 9.30. The girls played some last minute card games with Megan and Kate and we had a last yak with Ron and Heidi and then we started saying our goodbyes which took the girls quite a while as they had to negotiate various group ...
For example, my daily routine: 8am-- I go to buy bread and milk-- Have a nice day! Great. Then at ten, it is time to fetch some chewing gum, stamp or other small item at the corner store-- Have a nice day! Hm. In the afternoon, when the wardrobe needs to be expanded, or when yesterday's purchase needs to be returned-- Have a nice day! At 6 pm: after quickly getting some stuff for dinner-- Have a nice day! This works on one’s nerves. It used to be, in what I ...
... graffiti, the pavements are wasting away and the people all appear to be quite grungy. Hamburg was a lot more clean and upper class. Needless to say, I approved of this contrast. The coach stopped at Alexander Platz, the square in east Berlin. Right in front of us stood the huge(ly) famous Fernsehturm (television tower) and the Weltzeituhr (world time clock) - two attractions that are often seen in the media etc. We took a few pictures before heading down the stairs to the ...
... football. Here, the
newspapers, TV, radio, the ads, everything breathes football. Roads are
practically empty during a match when the national team plays. In our house, ‘’Radio