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... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
I have soo much to talk about from my Luxembourg day trip the other day! It was such a spontaneous, fun and surprising trip. Also I know what you're think, "Didn’t you go to Luxembourg last weekend?" And yes, yes I did. But last weekend when I took the train I didn’t stamp my tickets at the station (I didn’t know I had to) and when I was on the train to and back from Luxembourg nobody came around checking tickets. Plus my tickets ...
... something was about to happen and had gathered around the palace gates.
Reflecting its location bordering Germany, France and Belgium, Luxembourg is a trilingual country and we were pleased to hear the familiar words and intonations of French being spoken as soon as we arrived.
Its UNESCO listed Old Town, or Grund as it is known, which we first spotted when entering the town by train, is a real surprise due to its unusual ...
... the night before, I took a coach from Luton to Stansted on Saturday 18th to fly to the city of Eindhoven in the southern Netherlands where we watched the final of the Eurovision whilst being filmed for Dutch TV, where I was even interviewed on my views of the Dutch song.
The following day Roel and I made the trip to Luxembourg where awaiting us were ...
... that tired feeling you get from just sitting in a train all day, but we trudged on and finally found ourselves looking down into a beautiful valley in which our hostel was located. Although it was a nice view, we realised we’d have to get down there somehow with our packs. Not only that, but we would need to walk up the same the very next morning IF they managed to find a spot for us! Uh-Oh!
It was dark and cold by the time ...