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... see Maroš and Farmers in Uni staff's club. Small chat end up into being made sure, luckily for us, that we will experience an earthquake here, hopefully not devastating.
Still a bit fighting the time shift we had there just one beer and went, with a detour to a shopping mall, "home" and soon to bed.
... for the rest of my Eurotrip, staying with 11 hosts in 11 different cities across France, Germany, Belgium, and Holland.
What you’re probably wondering now is the first thing most people ask me about couchsurfing when I talk about it…How is that SAFE!?
WELL, the website is set up in a way that allows users to kind of pre-screen eachother before meeting, like when you creep someone on Facebook. "Members are asked to fill out a detailed ...
We were waiting in reception for our car to arrive. There was another couple waiting as well.
This gorgeous sleek machine pulled up outside and the driver came in but didn't call our name. The other couple went out with him as another driver arrived ... Ours. We went outside and found the first couple getting into a battered taxi behind the sleek machine...yup you guessed...the sleek machine was ours!
We had a lovely chat with Ric our driver, ...
... resilience. Container town, as it is called because of the many colorful containers that create a super cool piazza like atmosphere for restaurants, coffee shops and bars, is so quirky and vibrant that you cannot imagine it going away when reconstruction begins. In fact there are plans to move it to another neighborhood as a symbol of remembrance once the downtown comes to life again. Another gathering place is made out of pallets and at every corner there is an ...
... boulders the size of cars and navigate your way up the river bed switching from one bank to the other to find the most passable route. If you get it wrong, you can lose a lot of time
tackling boulders on one side of the river when there might be a hidden track in the bush on the other side. People have placed cairns, little bundles of rocks, at the best crossing points but these are easy to miss and the best route changes after floods or according to the river ...