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... a little smarter and with a buttload of experiences and
Although it sounds more than appealing to me to settle down, build a house,
plant a tree, buy a car, get a chicken and a cat and call them Fräulein Kip and
Mister Mietz, I am not just there yet. Before I move in with Fräulein Kip and
Mister Mietz, I have this Fernweh I have to go take care off.
If I don’t ...
I was sure I would find the source of all those Norbert Dentressangle lorries on our roads in the UK. I was convinced that they originated over here but so far - no sign of one at all.
Its been a bit of a whistle stop trip down through Denmark,Germany and now Netherlands (or that bit they used to call Holland) but very interesting.We have been greeted with great charm wherever we have been and there does seem to be a common theme of contentment with ...
... and waited for rain to ease thought might stay Price €200 it included ticket to theme park.decided wait think about it ,rain lighter so headed for Xanten only 20 km down the road where we knew there was a camping ground (or perhaps cheaper hotel) rained or awhile then stopped wind then sun so nearly dried out
Xanten (population 21.500 )a lovely town with medieval fortifications with an archaeological park (roman city built ...
... day to horrendous rain. I did get up and dressed but when faced with the idea of having to walk to the train station and get into Cologne I couldn't be bothered and so I got back into bed and went back to sleep. All in all it was a pretty miserable day as I was the only person in the apartment block, there were no shops open and there was nothing I could watch on the TV, so I read and slept all day and felt horribly homesick ...
... being washed, heated, shredded, pressed and then eventually dried into paper. This paper was then used by the nearby printing press, where we got to print our own postcards using one of the old machines. Having printed our cards, we walked into the “village” to wander through the buildings there. We were finally tempted to stop and sit down at a café for the traditional Dutch snack of poffertijes. These are little, ...