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... might be useful if want to see something :) In contrary to Neil, no worries about lack of sleep, cause I probably sleep the entire flight. So only thing to worry about is getting in time at the airport and that there will be no fog in Dubai that is causing any delays. Let's keep fingers crossed! See you in ...
... bring 23 kg on checked-in baggage!).
I've had some internal struggles about whether to bring along my climbing gear, wintercoat, poi/juggling stuff and running shoes. They will come with me to Leeuwarden and I'll tell you which of them I brought later, when I know how much weight I can work with
The feeling of anticipation is only somewhat dampened by the impending journey -- ...
... br> To work off, we've got a pdf with some recommendations by a friend of albert, a lonely planet, the beautifully crafted newzealand.com and the people we meet. We plan to mostly do backpackers and similar places. It worked wonders in south africa and the new-zealanders are supposedly even friendlier (as if! ha!)
Here's to our journey! Cheers!
... was “Er war ein Feuerwehrmann” (that means “he was (heavily stressed) a firefighter”)! We all had a laugh. :D
Dinner that night was a traditional Germany meal (for Silvesterabend) – Raclette, or melted cheese – like a fondue but you don’t dip, they have a set of individual trays (one for each person) and you put whatever you want on the tray, cover it with Raclette cheese and then put it under a burner ...
... my luggage so I’ll wait for the mystery
person. Hopefully it’s a young, fun person who’ll make the time tick away a
little faster. 10:17 pm, meaning I have 10.5 hours left to go. Luckily I won’t
have to travel by public transportation when I arrive. My best friend’s fiancé,
Richard, is picking me up in Zürich. She, Nineke, is currently in Holland for a
week but she’ll ...