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... of information out there to make sure you are being a safe and responsible traveler. I also spoke with a couple people I knew who had done some long-term traveling and they helped me understand what it would be like for you on the road. Lastly, I would tell other parents to step back and just listen. You did a good job expressing yourself and explaining why you were doing this.
Q: Anything that children can do to help ...
... different from home. Southeast Asia will definitely offer its challenges which I am ready to conquer. I’ll be again traveling solo but I’m sure I’ll make plenty of new travel buddies along the way. I even have a couple friends from home I’ll be meeting up with…maybe I’ll see you there too?!
P.S. Be sure to check out my post “Keep the Parents from Worrying about You Traveling”
So. We've finally reached our sort of halfway point in the tour. Saarbrücken. This is the city where Jan grew up, and so we thankfully could stay with his mom and dads.
We were warmly recieve by Meike, and aftera well deserved roti, headed to her place for a giant glass of rose. Good food and sleep followed, and the ...
We got to our next lock at 8.50 and found no lights on the lock at all. We went back and tried zapping the sensor but nothing happened. Checked the opening times and they were supposed to be 8.30 now we are back in France (technically Germany was on our left and France on our right, and the locks are now under French control). We waited until after 9 just in case but still nothing and nowhere to tie up! A man shouted to us “no power” so we ...
FIFA championship Brazil v. Spain. I watched it on my last night in the Carl Duisberg Haus with Karine and her friend Lucas. They are both Brazilian, so obviously they were pretty into the game. It started at midnight and we stayed up until 2:30 watching Brazil (the under dog) kill Spain 3-0. They provided beer and I provided wine. We didn't have many dishes at our house so we sipped out of little ceramic espresso cups. Throughout the game we also talked about our ...