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... points is the day I take all my clothes off and run joyously naked through an Arctic hailstorm, metaphorically speaking.
You see, despite my most valiant attempts to not let it get to me, aerial acro having been straight-up banned for the last three months has left my job satisfaction somewhat diminished, somewhat...close to minimal, with frustration and irritability reaching impressive new heights every time a passenger asks me: "Oh, and vat do youu do onbort?" My ...
... in gold …. I think there was a girl involved in this act as well but I can’t be sure (neither can Mali I might add!), a woman who hula hooped about a million and one hula hoops on her arms, legs neck, knees …. you name it she had them swinging from it, and the act that Lyndon and I liked the best was a Japanese woman who started with a single feather and very carefully added one palm frond after another to balance the feather, so the feather got further ...
... who never made it into a final??? Heavy sigh
Dinner seemed to be served just in time, as Spencer was becoming too successful, and it really was a beautiful meal. I even took a photo, which I rarely do with my food so thankyou again to Annette and Franz for working tirelessly all evening to prepare it for us. Dinner was supported by wine, beer, schnapps, and Lyndon’s head in the morning will surely be supported by the pillow. I will not support him for self-inflicted ...
... fields of yellow wheat glide by as we move further north. In Hamburg we have time for some good German sausage, but I feel ripped off when I have to pay 2,50 euro for a bottle of water. Just imagine the profit margin!
The next 5 hours a packed train brings us north, through Sleswig Holstein, not only memorable for its strife-torn history, but also because its cows, crossed with our Dutch variety, produced the world's most productive dairy cow, the Friesian Holstein. ...
... we could use the ticket
today. The driver and tour guide would not have a bar of this, we told them to
ring someone to confirm our argument, they gave us a telephone number to ring.
We responded by saying no, you ring. He did and we got the all clear. Phew,
hard work that, dealing Germans who spoke very little English. Another great
tour on the bus, and really worth fighting for, glad we did! ...