Hotel am Stadtring
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... to VeenPark, an open air museum based on the life and living conditions of some locals from the Drenthe area working and living in a Peat ... Plantation I guess you would call it. We cruise around on a small train with our hosts out to the peat fields, where the peat was cut, stacked and dried. We hear all about the living and work conditions from a guide although we miss most of it due to the fact it is in Dutch. We get the good bits translated for us by Oma. ...
... 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 ...
Many days passed until I found the perfect place to go for my internship. I'll go to Tortola, the British Virgin Islands! Contract signed and flight booked, I'm almost ready to go. Due to the touristic popularity of the island it's not really easy to find a cheap place to stay. Also I don't want to spend my free time with tourists for three months...
So I found people through the Internet who live there and helped me looking for a room. The results are that I can sub rent ...
... which was incredibly emotional yet very educational. To hear about a place where 43,000 people were murdered is something but to stand on the grounds where they had their rights taken from them and were murdered against their own will is something else. Definitely an experience. Munich is also famous for its beer. Marco and I drank a lot of it - we payed five euro for one and a half litres. We can only dream of such prices in Melbourne! Most of this drinking was done late into ...
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 ...