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... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
... probably because we were leaving). After we finished we all got in the car and her dad drove us to the train station. We were taking the 5:30pm train back to Nancy, to arrive in Nancy around 7pm!
The train ride alright, except for the fact that we were sitting next to the most annoying guy ever! He was telling Sophie in French that he was also a student in Nancy at some math school. I think the most annoying part about him was that he was taking selfies on my iPod ...
... it was immense. After leaving camp this morning and dragging myself out of the extra spacious bed we set up last night we headed to 'Esch-Sur-Sure'. It was a very small village surrounded by a river, much like a moat around a castle. It did have a castle ruin at the top but we had little to no information explaing the place. It looked to of had the village built after most of the castle was gone. We didn't stay long as not much to see really and soon headed off again to ...
... 1am and asked him for directions, but the poor guy was soooo drunk he just pointed and said "toute droite, toute droite" before hopping on his moped and drove up the road weaving all over the place!
The car had been acting a bit ...
... has been beautifully preserved and the city is full of shops, flowers, well dressed people and stunning vistas. One of the things that really sets it apart is that it is built on 2 levels- the old city and the upper fortress walls. They of course had a helpful tourist information center with a self led historical walking tour. We roamed among fortresses and read of years and years of ...