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... party (which will be only 2 days before I leave)
- Have been reading many about Australia i.a. climate, fauna, working possibilities, blogs of other travelers, places to visit and other subjects.
- Buying stuff such as headlight, new hiking shoes a proper jacket.
- Enable my bank cards for use in Asia and Australia.
- Started a Blog
- Signed up for different FB groups
What I still need to do.
- Make a list of addresses of friends and ...
... flight (I had to fork out $108) and I hung out at the airport for five hours until my new flight, resigned to the fact that no matter how little money I spend on food and activities during my travels, my surprise transportation costs will continue to bleed me dry. And it gets a little worse before it gets better. This airline is the pickiest yet. I didn't make it through with my bags. Their rule is one bag. Not even one bag plus a personal item. ...
... broken. We each settled to doing our own thing for a while. It seems we all had a similar experience trying to get tickets on this train. Obviously a late cancellation enabled four strangers to get to their destinations on time today. I must admit to have been very lucky with my travelling companions so far. At Brussels the ladies got off and we changed engine to the fast train. The rest of the trip whizzed by and I found myself in Paris. What a thing to say! ...
... a lot more modern than I expected. I guess it's because Rotterdam had to be rebuilt after all the destruction from World War II. On Saturday we got up early and took another hour train ride to Amsterdam. Unfortunately the weather was horrible - 45 degrees and raining. We tried to make the best of it though and we did end up making it to the Van Gogh museum which was very interesting. We spent a good amount of time in there ...
... it well. When I was ten years old I had written my brother many letters and cards via this address.
Again not all that much to see other than the main gate , buildings, masts and flags, all partly hidden behind a row of scrubs, but it was good to see where he had hung out for a few of those six years he had been a Marine.
One interesting thing I saw was in the museum ...