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... oder backten Muffins.
Im Haushalt hatte ich keine festgelegten Tätigkeiten, mein Zimmer und
Bad musste ich selbst sauber halten, alles andere haben wir stets
Meine Rolle in der Gastfamilie war stets „Familienmitglied“ – ich wurde
nie als „Angestellte“ behandelt, sondern eher als große Schwester. In
den Urlaub wurde ich mitgenommen, wodurch ich sehr ...
... we loaded up the trailer. It was filled to the brim with apples in every sort of box, crate and basket imaginable. To avoid being misleading, let me clarify something. Trailers in Germany are a bit different than back home. In essence they are made so a Fiat could pull them. Nonetheless, quite a good sum of apples if I might say so myself. With the trailer full of apples and the car full of bottles, we embarked on our journey. It is incredibly typical ...
... s freeways (i.e. most people drive 80 mph, yet people still manage pass you. However when they pass in Germany, they are sometimes doing 130, not 95). It is just the idea; freedom to drive how fast you want.
It was a rainy, cold day; just like almost every other day in Northern Germany. The weather is just one of those things one simply adapts to. The one thing it does have going for it is that there is nothing like a ...
... not attempted it yet. Sorry I have not been keeping y'all in touch, but I have had my hands full beginning school (deserves its own entire entry ), adapting to my new family, and making friends. I am having an absolute swell time here in Germany; more posts will ...
We all enjoyed a sleep in. As it was raining we decided to ride the bikes into the city centre for some final sightseeing and shopping.
First we had a shopping expedition in Karlstaadt Sports. After a few hours and 4 pairs of shoes and 2 shirts we got away on our walking trip.
A visit to the Schnoor, the oldest part of the city. Small half timbered houses and narrow cobbled streets was a fitting end to our ...