Day 216 - 229 : Hasslin’ the Hoff
Trip Start Mar 23, 2010
114Trip End Mar 23, 2011
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Some of our favourite work was in the kitchen though, where we cooked for the 20-30 people there, being overly elaborate and doing an Australian (Shepherd’s Pie, with Seitan Mince, Damper & Tomato Chutney) and Indian (Fresh Yogi Chai, Korma, and Kulfi) night – all components haus-gemacht from scratch
We also had time to relax, take in the surrounding nature and met some fantastic people. We saw a prelude of some Norwegian stage work, which will always be remembered – especially the artists’ pre/post-philosophising. We also got to meet some Mexicano’s, and whilst one was heavily gang-affiliated and kept threatening us (Julia….) – it was awesome spending our time with them eating cachauates; as well as being totally cliché and drinking horchata before smashing piñatas. We’ll see you kids in 2014.
**Although I still contest that long-term travelling is a full-time job, particularly when you are living primarily in a tent and out of the back of a cinquecento.