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... banana grams, and duple, which reminded me how much I love Israel. On every trip I have taken to Israel (5 times) I say I should move to Israel. Then, I get yelled at by a stranger, realize how expensive living there is, or remember the whole constantly at war with neighbors that don't want you to exist thing. So for now I will just stick with visiting! from there I said goodbye to everyone ( sadly missing the arrival of bunbun, my ...
- Oh, thank you, lovely Intercity 30018 that took me from a cold and drizzly Krakow at 15° to a 24° Wroclaw! As much as I loved Krakow (one of the few stops on this trip that I know I'll return to) the weather was getting to me a bit. Halfway through my train journey, the sun came out and the sigh of relief I gave was so audible that I'm sure a few fellow passengers may have thought I was watching When Harry Met Sally on my ...
... to a ‘Non-Stop Parking’ (24 hours a day) before heading into the city. An
Easter fair awaits us here too and Prague is absolutely heaving. In particular,
the King Charles bridge and the square in the old town are packed with tourists
and Jonny adopts his increasingly frequent habit of staying silent as we walk
along in the hope that people think he is native (rucksack on back, snapping
photos with his tablet…). In Wenceslas Square, we try ...
... They said everything here is so relax that i would've gotten it eventually. but i wanted my jacket and pillow and nice sheets and my beef jerky. haha
I also dyed all my underwear grey when i did my laundry for the first time. I couldn't read the machine and apparently the reason i shrunk my favorite wool sweater too is the numbers on the machine don't mean the time, they mean the temperature. OOPS. so i did my load on 90 degreed Celsius. You learn something new every ...
... statues doted everywhere, each one doing something or representing something different and not even the locals know how many there are! Every so often a new one will pop up! Unfortunately we had to leave the tour a few minutes early due as we wanted to join the hostel BBQ in the afternoon. Armed with sausages and beers we headed, along with another 15 or so from the hostel to a local park. After putting together the BBQ we enjoyed our food and drink while getting ...