Hotel De Wiemsel
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... Converted from an old cow shed for some coffee and a bread, cheeses and meats platter. Aimee was congratulated by the waitress for how good she spoke Dutch. She must be a natural. The next day we decided to take it easy on the sightseeing and borrow Oma and Iwans bikes for the day. No need for helmets over here so Aimee is happy to come (she has a weird thing about stuff on her head) We head off into the forest and have a great time navigating around the ...
... of schnitzel you would like. I really enjoyed Schnitzelburg, so much in fact that after polishing off my schnitzel I helped the girls to finish off theirs. I'm not sure if it is the schnitzel, or if it is the sausage (from the pig), or if it is the beer but I seem to have picked up a slight ailment since we have been in Germany, I believe it is known as German Gut. We may have to do some strenuous bike rides on the flatlands of the Netherlands to help me get over this ...
... for 600$ per month for 2 months at Cane Garden Bay inclusive sea view. Now I can surely laugh at all the tourists who pay this amount of money for one week in a hotel! Haha :) I guess the other days where I am "homeless" will be organized when I am there.
I looked up some places I want to see and planned things like surfing and snorkeling and all this paradise stuff. I still need to think of an internship assignment though.
Excitement increases with every day! YEAH!
... and the Checkpoint Charlie museum (which I would only recommend going to if you can be bothered reading copious amounts of small print information - I did not enjoy it). The rest of the day was spent packing up all of our things and getting ready for the six hour long coach ride to Munich the following day. We had pictured Munich as being a slightly more quiet city with not quite as many things to do. Our plan was to walk around a bit and have a relaxing few days. We were wrong ...
The schools in Hoogeveen held their own version of "De Vierdaagse" ("The Four Days Event") - a four day walking tour held every year in Holland (in Nijmegen). We had planned to do the real thing, but could not register in time to participate.
The schools walk for 5 or 10kms each day. Regina's school ...