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Travel Blogs from Papenburg
... for a final catch-up with family and friends. And we want to give a big "Thank You" to Nick's cousins (Karen & Dick) and our friends Evart & Gerte for their kindness.
The worst thing about being back here is, that we have to sort out all of our clothes and souvenirs to repack our luggage for the flight back to Oz. But it isn’t a simple pack for an Australian summer – no! We are going to the UK for about 10 days and from ...
... what it is in german.
This was great fun to work out what signs said. Until I was thining more about reading german than English. We were at the Horse show and there were a couple of young girls with a table and money tin and a sign Waffle 1 for 1.50 or two for 3 euro. I read Vaffle (raffle), luckily I realized before I bought a raffle ticket and got a free waffle.
Going to a German Show.
The show was in the afternoon so I went ...
... it reaches its target it disintegrates. I left making a snowman until there was more snow…
Of all the days, today was the day I forgot my beany and cloves, I borrowed a pear of cloves and managed to make a head wrap with my scarf to keep my head warm. Because I was in Germany and the locals ride their bikes all year round I decided to give it a go during a snow fall and ride to the indoor, I did survive but it was very ...
... image of them being so much bigger. Ok so I didn't get to see a mole but I did find there mounds, there were a group on the corner of one of the fields. Sarah and Doog didn’t think they were mole mounds because the mounds weren’t big enough… so I googled them and made the discovery that yes they were indeed mole mounds. Sadly we didn’t get to see one in action.
Time in the Saddle
During my stay I had ...
... but softly. By now I’m really getting tired
though so I’m hoping to get some sleep soon. Luck wouldn’t last long of course.
My travel companion just entered. He’s an Indian guy who hardly speaks German,
or any other language that I know for that matter. He’s looking at me awkwardly
as I write this so I’m going to try and have a conversation with him. No high