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... as possible to give you the best and most realistic impression of my of my daily life in and around New Zealand. (I'm planning to visit both isles.) My trip starts in Auckland on the North Isle. I'll post pictures and videos as well as short messages to let you know where I`m at and what I`m doing.
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... views as we flew over Lemesos and western Cyprus before beginning our crossing of the Mediterranean Sea to Turkey. We continued following the sunset as we flew to the northwest.
I made a trip to the restroom before the dinner service begin. I counted only four empty seats in Economy Class, so Mom and I were fortunate to get on the flight – and to have an empty middle seat between us!
The flight attendants served me dinner at ...
... garden drinking, laughing, playing games and singing German drinking songs. After a couple of hours, I felt like I had known them my entire life. Two busses, one train and long walk later, we made it back to the camp ground. We had a couple of beers with the other campers, and I called it a night. When I got back to my tent, there was nothing, and no one else in it. I lucked out and got an 8 person tent all to myself. I bundled up tucked myself in, and froze all night ...
... we were on our way. When Jasmine arrived, it was exciting! We had long hugs and then headed out for our guided tour ' curtesy of Jasmine. Thank goodness she was paying attention because she gave us a thorough tour. Munich is so beautiful. They have many tall buildings. The crazy king Ludwig built these buildings. They´´re magnificent. When we arrived in the city, there were more greek looking buildings. The funny thing though, because ...
Shortly after we took all of this in, a very odd thing happened... A man got on the train, wearing what appeared to be Austrian national dress. It was covered in bells, he had a feather in his Robin Hood type hat and a frilly jacket. Even the Austrian lady next to us pulled a face and said "Different strokes for different people" and we laughed. We later got a photo of him as he got off the train in ...