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... coach and Arlene scored us some good seats up front. Our guide gave us a short political history on the way out of the city including his opinion on why there was graffiti everywhere, which was that the citizens still felt felt it was the state's responsibility. Out of the city we saw mostly farm fields and pine forests. Sights included groups of deer and solar power installations. We got to our ship around 5 and were checked in very quickly and ...
... enough thay we are allv5ending to hang out as a bigger group. there is 12 austral6ans 1 american and 1 english an me once again the sole kiwi. there only 3 guys on our tour. one of my concerns was also about the drinking culture associsted with tours however thst looks like it wont be a problem 3 people have had big late nights for both our 2 nights but no one else went out last night and on the first night it was just about having an enjoyable time with ...
... Park. Paige lives in Bellengen. They are both very keen artists. Jenny, also from Bellingen has a huge supply of Lindt chocolate! She's great fun. Bruce and Margaret are on their first trip through Europe. Maggie is our tour guide and is great! This is going to be a good trip.
Had a crazy bus trip to Rathen with madman driver who had no idea where he was going and the tour guide who didn't speak much ...
... was another Canadian and only said hello because he saw my shirt. Anyways, I walked to the old town square and saw the astronomical clock and the famous walking bridge. It was actually really long. But it gave you a great view of the city too. I actually think I've seen this bridge in movies before. I then got dinner and walked back to the hostel. I might go out in a bit to see the city at night. I'll go up to the castle again and maybe downtown again.
Tomorrow I ...
... if all the work is not just "oh those men don't feel anything"but rather looking at both sides of the coin?it just occured to me.We always think that the grass is greener on the other side. is it?
What if we women are also emotionally unavailable and reluctant?Not open for suggestions?
I already mentioned soemthing similar in my last post so I am not going to repeat myself, but it is soemthing to definitely think about.
There is also lack of teachers ...