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... celebrations and they perform ringing cow bells. We had fun with the Swiss horn and once again we had a great night enjoying their company. The language barrier is quickly broken down by good humour and laughter and farmers from opposite ends of the earth we able to meet. Alas, it was time to say goodbye and sadly, we had to leave, but hoping it won’t be too long before we see each other again – either in Fahni or Mackay!!! ...
... with directors and VPs :-).
My interesting day was Wednesday night... I was running a little low on clean clothes so I found a laundry mat somewhere near the hotel (unfortunately not in walking distance). All the instructions were in German and there was nobody to ask. However, thanks to google translate I was able to do some laundry!
The hotel I stayed in was not my favorite attraction of the trip. The ...
... It can get a bit lonely being all by yourself, and it also makes little things a bit more difficult. For example trying to find someone to watch your towel for you while you swim, so that you don’t lose the 20 frank deposit you put down for it. At the same time solo travel has some distinct advantages. First and foremost you are the master of your own vacation. You do what you want, go where you want and eat what you want. Travelling alone also forces you to go ...
>Don't realy too much on travel guides (eg. Lonely planet) : The guides often are older (they must be) and in many countries inflation rates can be very high (eg. Argentina more than 30% / year). Also, by being advertised/reommended in a travel guide a place gets easily overun.
>Eat streetfood instead of restaurants : it is often very cheap and very tasty ...
... be the way to get around Europe, are now only sometimes cost effective, and rarely if you are over 25 and not allowed to buy a second class ticket. While this shouldn't deter anyone from seeing all that Europe has to offer, it's just not the budget trip that it used to be.
Solothurn is a charming, clean town which could not have been more different than the tourist mecca we left this morning. When we got to Joelle's house, ...
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