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Travel Blogs from Sabro
... to Ringkobing and subsequently to Esbjerg in order to also check the "North Sea"-box of our bucket lists. It did some time to get to Silkeborg, however, since apparently there are two in little Denmark, or at leat my navigation system thinks so. Our slightly crooked route can be viewed here, on Google Maps:
On returning back to Göttingen ...
When we went down for breakfast the table was laid out like the hotel breakfast we have been eating. We had sausages, eggs bacon, fruit, bread rolls you name it. We were very well looked after. Helge drove us to their printing business as he had to repair a printing machine. Betta took us around the factory, it was really interesting. There are lots of ...
... we came back and truly discovered the meaning of backpackers.
We crashed on a giant pile of pillows. All in a heap of people.
If I were to do that at home, it would not be acceptable at all, but with the travellers community...its just what we do.
... to do this! Eeeek!
Haha, so until tonight…bye!
I am going to surprise my little brother :D
"Oh dang! Lisa!" Is what I got!
I got to their house to find an Australian Flag stucky-taped to my door. Cute!
It is so strange being here. The last time I saw them...they were in my house!
But it's great.
I went out the back to play football with Jakob, and I have to say, my passing is getting ...
We had a 10hour drive from Nuremberg to Aarhus, Denmark ahead of us so we packed up a large German lunch of the wonderful dark bread, cheese, bratwurst and cake, loaded up our Renault Megane and hit the autobahn bright and early. There were a few stretches of highway with no speed limit which Irfhan gladly took advantage of, but for the most part we couldn't drive very fast as many trucks and cars were travelling the same highway.