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I m getting excited. While most people will be celebrating
New Year’s Eve with their feet on the ground, I will be in the sky, flying
towards my first stop on my 4 months travel in Asia: Bangkok.
I don’t know how often I will be able to write something,
but I will try to keep you all updated of my whereabouts.
With that said, I am ready to go!
I wish you all a good start into ...
... First there was Stitch and Vincent. Stitch looked ******* tired but he was really nice to me. Asked me how I was etc. Vince just kinda looked at me weird and said hi xD I was gonna give them the brownies but they had their hands full since they were unloading.
Next there was Alex and Needles. They took forever to get there stuff from the van. But when they did, Alex was awesome :) Even though he looked even worse than I felt in the morning ...
Up this morning to head to hamburg on the bus at 2pm. We had a lot of time so we left our bags at the hostel and went out for an English brekky. It was 5euro each for 2 toast 2 eggs some bacon and baked beans so that was good. The bus from amsterdam to hamburg took 7 hours and was 22 euro each with the student card. On the bus to germany and we get pulled over at the border for a security and drug check. Jason (of course) got pulled aside after the sniffer dog barked at him ...
Even at the airport I couldn't realize what's going to happen soon. Thanks for company to Marcus, Mam, Stefan, Dad, Barbara and Juliane. And special thanks to Björn: I was so touched by your farewell gift: selfmade necklace and earrings with blowball seeds (collected in the Schrevenpark) in it.
departure hh airport: 21.09.14_09:25 PM
Yes, it's me again but I am ghost blogging (is there such a term?) from lovely Galiano Island for Jim, who is almost two weeks into another European cycle trip. He's back to Deutschland with pal Werner, who was born there and knows his flammkuchen from his zwiebelkuchen. It will be an opera in two parts: they are currently on the Elbe Cycle Route or Elberadweg, biking south from Hamburg to Dresden on the Elbe Cycle Route, then from Wurtsburg to ...