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... found some small plastic forks in the market, and oh did we enjoy that ice cream!!! The most difficult moment was when we walked past the raw meat, I wanted to grab a piece and eat it right then and there. As much as I respect those people who are vegetarian, that may have been one of the hardest parts for me. This farm is vegetarian and I went for two whole weeks without eating meat! I would probably have bought some over the weekend if Rachel had not challenged me to see ...
... speak English, Dutch, German and French, an amazing accomplishment, and something I greatly admire. I am enjoying learning about Dutch culture, and am surprised sometimes at how much I already know because of my Dutch sub-culture back at home. Although at home I feel very Dutch, out here I am quite Canadian. I am learning a few words of Dutch, but it is kind of difficult because everyone here speaks English. It is fun to use what I do know though. ...
What a day.
I dunno, part of me thought I'd get better at this whole
planning thing. Turns out that is a lie.
I saw Kai one last time this morning, had tea with Lars and
woke Paul up (great start eh? I'm sure they are going to be
happy when I'm gone ha) and then ...
I don't think I've woken up at 8 in a long time. Let alone
tangled in blankets.
And it was sunny outside!
We got up and had tea and bread and usual German stuff. The
stuff that is completely normal when I am there but I miss
heaps when I'm not.
... instantly felt like I'd known
them for years.
We played the soccer table game, and I saw his guitars. And
then Paul came come.
I've never been given a bigger squished hug in my life. I was
slightly amazed how excited he was to see me! I'd only met
him once for just a couple hours.