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... praise you for your courage. A few others aren’t as supportive and think I am crazy for supporting your decision. The mom in me wants to tell them a few choice words but everyone has their own opinion. End of the day, if you are happy with the choices you have made that is all that matters to me!
Thanks Mom for chiming in and I promise to keep in touch more when I'm drinking umbrella drinks on a beach in Thailand!
... the world at all budget levels. Europe is rich with history while also providing a thriving party scene. There is something to offer all types of travelers. It is funny because I always told myself Europe was a place I would go to when I am older. I certainly plan to make many return trips but experiencing Europe as a young person is a must. Everything from partying in the streets of Lisbon, cliff jumping in the south of France and dancing ...
So. We've finally reached our sort of halfway point in the tour. Saarbrücken. This is the city where Jan grew up, and so we thankfully could stay with his mom and dads.
We were warmly recieve by Meike, and aftera well deserved roti, headed to her place for a giant glass of rose. Good food and sleep followed, and the ...
... VNF man who came quite quickly. Eventually the gates opened. We waited for the lights and eventually he came out and told us to go in and they would operate it manually. It had apparently been hit by lightning but it held us up for almost 2 hours.
Without further incident we arrived at our destination of Sarreguemines, where we moored up. A lady from one of the other boats told us where the supermarket was just over the bridge, so off we went and ...
... mini apple pies with whipped cream and a blueberry) drank LOTS! Our little flat was crammed with mostly Erasmus students from France, Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Uzbekistanian, Spain, Jordan, Mexico, and Oregon. We raged on into the wee hours of the night. Someone brought a full on DJ set with a really good/loud sound system, so a noise complaint was very possible. Later into the night there was talk of cops outside but no one had see them. Eventually at about 2 am, ...