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“Well, folks, looks like after about a 14 hour flight it is time to wake up and stretch your bones. Please remain seated as the plane is about to land, and welcome to Dusseldorf, Germany.” said the flight attendant with an eager smile. Kaylin and I were awakened by the sound of the passengers clapping, exclaiming how excited they are to be arriving in Germany after the half a day long flight. Jordan was still sleeping soundly, with his mouth halfway open and ...
... about a week to 10 days without having to do major laundry and as I am largely traveling a summer-route there is not much need to take heavy winter gear (which is very handy in terms of weight). Also, I am going to rely on hostels for overnight stays which means that I don't have to consider any sort of cooking equipment, sleeping bag or tent.
One great item I treated myself to in a trekking shop was a so ...
... feel welcome and at home. She took me along with her to friends birthdays and introduced me the Christmas markets and to the German culture and the public transport system. Some key things I learnt quickly... 1. The public transport system is big and complex with DDB, U, S trains and buses. They all have their own rules and different systems which is very foreign to a Sydney girl and our archaic system 2. Most people in Germany speak English but very few ...
... Almost oblivious to my explanation and ultimate pleadings that I have only so much room she urged me to take the jackets, trousers, shirts, Coats and Suits to give to my sons since some of them don't fit me.
This is the background of the previous night that loomed over my consternation to pack the "inherited" clothing apart from those I brought from home!
Triumphantly I pulled the last zipper shut – even though I reluctantly unfastened the ...
... course Arnold's wife Irene had prepared the obligatory coffee and kuchen which was delicious :) Arnold, who is now 78 years of age, had always been like an older brother to me.
Many stories relating to our survival of the second world war and my early childhood were retold and enjoyed by all!
A particularly impacting moment came as Arnold and I said goodbye to one another, fully knowing that we may never see each other again ...