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I m getting excited. While most people will be celebrating
New Year’s Eve with their feet on the ground, I will be in the sky, flying
towards my first stop on my 4 months travel in Asia: Bangkok.
I don’t know how often I will be able to write something,
but I will try to keep you all updated of my whereabouts.
With that said, I am ready to go!
I wish you all a good start into ...
... almost talked me into going to Copenhagen with her the next day but I couldn't :( Even Vince said I should go but after I told him I can't because of school, he said school was important. meehhhh xD xD
And that's pretty much it. We hung out with Avatar for a little bit, got some of the gross beer the local bar had and we went home. I already decided to go to the whole next UK tour, whatever it takes. Can't believe I've only heard of this band 3 weeks ago!! ...
... 40- moral of the story is never let yourself get that hungry you want to order everything on the menu lol. We stayed at St Christopher's inn hostel which was only 10-15 dollars each. We got up the next day and went through the christmas markets (which were some of the best we have seen!) in our way down to the harbour area. It's quite a big city and also very clean. There is not a great deal to see here but it's a very nice stopover on the way to berlin which is what we used it ...
Even at the airport I couldn't realize what's going to happen soon. Thanks for company to Marcus, Mam, Stefan, Dad, Barbara and Juliane. And special thanks to Björn: I was so touched by your farewell gift: selfmade necklace and earrings with blowball seeds (collected in the Schrevenpark) in it.
departure hh airport: 21.09.14_09:25 PM
... guide's grandfather was a prisoner at Neungamme. He was a Dutch national who was heard speaking Dutch to a shopkeeper, was reported, and sent to Neungamme as political prisoner. He weighed about 180 pounds when he entered. When he left he weighed 60. Our guide explained that all the Nazi concentration camps were extermination camps because they either gassed you or worked you to death. He told us how the prisoners had to stand for hours at attention waiting ...