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“Well, folks, looks like after about a 14 hour flight it is time to wake up and stretch your bones. Please remain seated as the plane is about to land, and welcome to Dusseldorf, Germany.” said the flight attendant with an eager smile. Kaylin and I were awakened by the sound of the passengers clapping, exclaiming how excited they are to be arriving in Germany after the half a day long flight. Jordan was still sleeping soundly, with his mouth halfway open and ...
Today is my last day in Germany (off to Miami tomorrow morning 9am) and I have spent most of the day packing. Quite a challenge if you have never really used a trekking backpack before but I kind of managed to get all my stuff in :) The secret seems to be to pack all heavy items close to your back and surround them with medium to light items for optimal balance. Altogether I have taken enough clothes to get ...
... and advice, but seriously, we were tired and just want to get to the apartment. So we set off with a map for the apartment in the rain. It was very busy with crowds heading to the Opera but we did get the most magnificent views of the cathedral as we walked past. So we get to the front door only to realise that the nice lady did not actually give us the key. Back I go leaving the other under the shelter of the veranda to collect the key. ...
... around the world.
After the Cathedral Maire took us to a nice Croation restaurant on the river front where we all enjoyed a meal of traditional Croation food which was a first for us all. After lunch we moved onto the Lindt Chocolate Museum. This place was packed and is apparently the place to visit on a cold Sunday afternoon. The museum was interesting and we even had the opportunity of walking into an ...
... beach wear, pretty clothes, walking shoes, rain gear.
So already a lot for a 7kg backpack! The simplest way to ‘cut down’ on size is to bring as little duplicate clothes as poss i.e. I’ll take two singlets not five. Only one scarf. In the department of socks and undies is the only place where many duplicates are allowed. No explanation necessary =P But there are some things that you can't wear too often w/o washing...
Some wearables ...