Hotel Restaurant de Wolfsberg
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... call with Oma to see how life was back in NZ. After dinner a number of Elly's family turned up for drinks and we all had quite a few laughs talking about family happenings. A number of them mentioned when coming into the house "Och Elly you look so like Tante Miep" After drinks Riny offered me croquette & frekindel for late night snack. What could I say!! I do enjoy a late night snack after beers sometimes. What a host ha ...
... language course and my entire CD collection ripped to two 32GB USB sticks.
2) What are you going to miss most?
I expect it's going to be the flexible working hours. The option to adjust you working day to whatever you please (within certain boundaries) is something I'm really fond of.
1) So, are you excited about it?
(Yes, that last one really is the most frequently asked question.)
The route out of the city was the same as the day before, which kind of made it harder. New things distract you and make the miles pass quicker. I spent some time speaking to one of the men who was walking the whole thing in clogs. I noticed he had really thick socks on, but still, the lack of cushioning must have been tough.
As ususal, I stuck to my system where ...
... get moving, so finished dressing and threw a few things in the suitcase as we disembark tomorrow and I don't want to leave everything to the last minute. I met some more people at breakfast today. Their story was lovely. Mary-Beth was travelling with a young woman called Kelly, and two other women, none of whom were related to each other. Mary-Beth had gone to school with Kelly's mother when they were young girls. They had stayed in touch over the years and when the other ...
I had spent the previous day walking gingerly to avoid putting pressure on my blisters, consequently I'd been lifting my toes up more than normal. The resulting tendonitis in my shins was excruciating. I left the house at 6am laughing because I could hardly walk and I wasn't quite sure how I was going to make it to the starting line, let alone another 40 km round the course. Susanne, who is a nurse in real life, gave me some slow-release volterol, a pain killer and ...