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The next day was my birthday, it didn’t get off to a great start as my train to Düsseldorf was cancelled because of a national rail strike. Thankfully the regional trains were still running and I did make it to Düsseldorf. It didn’t take long to find Hausbrauerei zum Schlüssel deep in the Aldstadt area, the chosen spot for my birthday drinks and lunch. It was a great choice with their fine dark beer brewed on ...
... in Asia. I also like Japan, but it is pretty expensive, so I will have to see if I can do that.
Since I love Australia, I defenitly am going to stay there for a few weeks, travelling from Darwin to Perth and I will see to get some work there or do wwoofing again.
On my way back to Europe I still want to see the city Shiraz in Iran, and stay there a while.
Nächstes Jahr um diese Zeit will ich schon ...
... in a massive motorhome of about 12m with all the bells and whistles, and 2 lots of Dutch people who were also really nice, and a bloody Aussie travelling by himself in a little Ford panel van who came and asked if he could borrow our gas BBQ since he was out of gas.... Today, we cycled into downtown Lubeck and spent the day there before cycling home again about 16.30 as the weather threatened again, but someone, who shall be nameless (me) who was holding the ...
... the German sentence "der kompressor ist kaput!" didn't really take too much translation! Oh dear! Update at 4.05am is that Mr. K is sitting typing this particular blog having had a cup of coffee - does it count as a very early morning cup or a very late evening one, we're not entirely sure!!! The plan now is that a coach will be booked in Germany to come and collect us. We will load everything from ...
... Guten Morgen" in German. Every student then responds, Guten Morgen Madam......... followed by the teachers name. After introducing ourselves, we spent two weeks teaching the students about Halloween, family, Thanksgiving, and telling time. The students made thankful turkeys and completed mini-books about the first Thanksgiving. During teaching we had to speak slowly and make sure that the students understood what ...