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... I managed to loose my map. Something's I've noted so far. 1) Beware of Trams - almost got splattered wandering along in my own little world 2) Beware of cyclists - they go full tilt and there are a lot of them 3) The cyclists path is not the footpath. They look the same but they're not the same 4) Apparently this is the place for bucks/hens do's I've seen 5 so far and I've barely been out 5) The shops here have such pretty ...
... as well as plain ones which could be engraved, etc. I wouldn’t have minded getting a pair, but they’re super bulky and they wouldn’t have travelled well. So I got a pair of slippers which were shaped like clogs instead haha.
That night we met up with Emily and Sam (girls from Busabout) for dinner before they went to a comedy show with Rach and Phil. Chris and I decided not to go, we had some time to ourselves instead. Dinner was amazing, ...
... town to do some shopping, have lunch and meet up with Margot and Cleo to have manicures and pedicures together. Irfhan had truly organized a special weekend for my birthday!!
On Sunday the 22nd Pernille and Julie flew back to Aarhus; Margot and Herman got to return to their lives; and we packed up our car once again to start our drive back to Monflanquin, where we were meeting my sister, Deb and her husband, Gord, who were in Europe vacationing. ...
... grew up in and how much I love the city I moved to. Guys, all I can say is: Thanks! You made the good bye amazing but also quite difficult;) I'm Looking forward to seeing you back next year and pick up some things right where we left them but now I'm off to explore the world and bring back loads of new things. Bye bye Europe cu in 365 days;) Don't miss me :p ...
... Red Light district; historical places, museums, laidback lifestyle (can cross streets in most places as trams & cars don't drive too fast) and breathtaking dust view that I would never forget. Plus it offers the nice smell of marijuana randomly, which I really like. :-) Supermarkets opened till 10pm, corner shops closed later than that. Buses (4-6 times per hour) were running until around midnight, so easy to get around by ...