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... the wrong side of the road. We end up in the city centre somehow so decide to grab a coffee and catch up on some emails. Don't really have any so we have our coffee and carry on. We get back into the forest and lose track of time before we stop and do some reading in the sun before attempting to find the house again. It doesn't prove to be overly difficult and we make it home in time for dinner, nearly ready for bed. Sean gets his shot at driving in Europe on ...
... town a couple of times trying to find it which we eventually managed to do but it had certainly been a day of driving around in circles. We were all very tired and neither Jess nor I had the energy to make dinner and as tonight is to be our last night in Germany we decided dining out in the campsite 'bistro' was in order. This was a fairly simple exercise as it involved taking a trip to Schnitzelburg which is lovely in the late summer and all you have to do is decide ...
... for 600$ per month for 2 months at Cane Garden Bay inclusive sea view. Now I can surely laugh at all the tourists who pay this amount of money for one week in a hotel! Haha :) I guess the other days where I am "homeless" will be organized when I am there.
I looked up some places I want to see and planned things like surfing and snorkeling and all this paradise stuff. I still need to think of an internship assignment though.
Excitement increases with every day! YEAH!
... just outside of the city where we had a wonderful dinner and stayed the night. The following morning Lia and I both went to the train station where she would be catching a train to Paris and I to my grandmothers house in Bad Bentheim. This goodbye was also sad as we were saying goodbye to each other for seven months. Many tears were shed. I hopped on my train and felt alone for the first time in the three weeks I had been travelling. Being with people all the time then ...
... part, and I joined them on their last day for a 10k walk. Very 'gezellig' and great to spend some time with Dutch kids. Regina is the daughter of John's cousin Erwin, and his wife Mirjam, who we stayed with.
It was fantastic to see the town flying its colours for Holland's team, Ons Oranje. (H)