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I slept in and had the same old breakfast I have almost everyday: fruit salad, yogurt with granola (or muesli they call it, a mix of oats, wheat puffs, dried berries), early grey tea, and sometimes a waffle or breakfast sandwich (ham, cream cheese and some greens on a small sour dough bread). Christoffer slept over-- my roommate and I were staying in a separate apartment for two days because the ...
... gave me a hardcover children's book!!!!!!! How cool is that! They give you a book as your happy meal toy and not some cheap plastic thing that your child might swallow and you need to sue the company for! I was way excited. I mean, children's books around here are like 100+ kr! What a great deal! I should just get new books by buying happy meals! Haha, kidding. Well, we started reading the book. It was about a boy who helps out a knight... It had ...
... of them was especially large and had a lot of items on sale! I got some accessories and basics! Couldn't help it! I came back to make a batch of vegetable bean soup for dinner, and saw a bunch of men in just towels in the courtyard.... They were apparently in the hostel sauna and came up to booze and socialize. They did gather quite a crowd. So tonight should be a fun night to work ...
... could be set up today. I won’t bore you with the details of my efforts to repair the seacock but they ended up with the seacock handle ending up firmly wedged, out of reach, between the floor and the boat’s hull and the air being extremely blue! Scratch one seacock.
Julie returned with the news that there was no news so we made the decision to head northwards, as the mist had gone, leaving us with a chill, damp wind in our faces, ...
... through passport control and customs. When I hand over my passport, they ask me what I am there for. I tell them I'm site seeing for a week and then volunteering on the kibbutz. My visa had already been approved so it should be simple, ha. She sends me to an office area, where I wait for an hour and a half. Other people show up and they are interviewed ahead of me. After my not so great morning, I really just want to get this over ...