Hotel am Stadtring
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... was slightly sunny when we had arrived so he didn't take his jersey with him ... What a mistake that was, he very nearly froze. Our next visit was to a lovely village by the name of Old Aalden which we wandered around for a few hours checking out all the houses with thatch roofs (a very costly product in today's day and age) some farm animals and even a stalks nest although there were no stalks to be seen. We finished our nice country foray with a stop at a ...
... a lorry was sideways across 3 lanes with the cab facing backwards and a few cars looking the worse for wear. Obviously not a good day for driving in Germany today. After lunch I carried on driving and there were occasional downpours which didn't help as I got more tired and then when we came to a section of roadworks I got stuck in the wrong lane and had to take the exit and was unable to rejoin the motorway. Stevo was obviously unaware of the road closure and kept taking ...
... 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!
... at the bar at Wombat's hostel. Other than the hostel itself being the best hostel ever, the people we met there were also some of the nicest people I have ever met. Most of them were Americans and we quickly formed friendships through their weird drinking games and our 'cool' accents. Because of this we were very sad to leave Munich behind. Nim and Marco left a day earlier than Lia and I. After saying sad goodbyes to them at the station, Lia and I made our way to my family ...
The bus got stopped at 2am for passport control! These Europeans are so serious! This is Mila taking over Lerato's blog because I need to stress how dramatic this is. She's too simple and to-the-point. Lights switched on at 2:15 AM but that's cool because I'm not getting any sleep in my 3cmX3cm seat space and Lerato's head on me. 1 lady and 1 policeman walk in and say passports and people were scared. Like even I was and I know I'm eu ...