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... now, I fear that this feeling will haunt me for the rest of my life.
Don’t get me wrong. You and me still can (and should!) go out exploring the
world when we are older, but I have to start right now.
So I have quit my job, cancelled my subscriptions and gave my move-out notice.
In a couple of weeks I will leave to my first stop around the world. Just to clarify,
this will not be a holiday ...
... s personality.A snapshot judgement is that nobody is trying to win the global race over here,they have all signed up for the local fun run.
Don't be in a rush to get served in a restaurant,don't worry that drivers from hell are going to swarm all over you and in the week since we left Norway we reckon we have seen no more than six police vehicles.Mobile 'phones etc. are much less common than in UK.
We were surprised that in Germany very ...
... years ago ). In ad363 Victor of xanten was martyred here and St Victors Cathedral was later built over his burial place started in 982 completed 1263 .the town had lots of old buildings and surrounded by 2lakes South and west lake.they have a foot print route both famous and private people have terracotta foot prints plaques set into the pavements you can follow to the tourist attractions ,found some english bikers they said they ...
... 1pm I woke from my slumber and ate some biscuits for lunch and did some surfing, of the internet. The original plan for today was to go to the Netherland open air museum, but I'm planning to go tomorrow before driving manically through Germany with no speed limit.
I sat updating my blog whilst watching National Geographic's "Week of War" (isn't it always on Nat Geo?). When in foreign climes you have to take what ever is offered to you ...
... served hot off the griddle dusted with powdered sugar. They were served with a small slab of butter which made them just that much more delicious. We got a plate to share and they disappeared amazingly quickly. After our quick snack, we continued touring the remainder of the museum which was made of more farmhouses from different time periods and a few trades’ shops, such as that of a wagon wheel maker. We ended the day with a ...