Day 26 – Rhine Valley, Germany to Amsterdam, Netherlands

Day 26 – Rhine Valley, Germany to Amsterdam, Netherlands

We left our castle in Germany to head to the city of Amsterdam. On the way we stopped at a farm that made cheese and clogs. I really wanted to get some cheese because it was delicious, but I didn’t have enough cash and

they wouldn’t accept my credit card L I was super excited to get to Amsterdam because Laura and Kelly were going to be there! We went to a Thai restaurant for dinner; I had Pad Thai. It was really good (as has all of the food been on this trip)! After dinner we met up with the rest of the tour to go to a sex show! Yes, seriously… When in Amsterdam… So yeah, it was 3 stripper acts, a sex act, and then another stripper. Dad, don’t worry… I’m not totally scared for life. After we all went out to a bar and just hung out for a bit. I didn’t stay out too late because we have a bike tour at 9 am tomorrow morning and then a full day to see the city J

Day 23 – Munich, Germany to Prague, Czech Republic

Day 23 – Munich, Germany to Prague, Czech Republic

Today was another drive day, but once again not as long as many of them have been. It took us about 5 hours. We went straight into the city for lunch on our own (I had a pasta with sausage and mushroom

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in it), and then a walking tour of the city. The walking tour wasn’t too long because it was really quite hot outside and everyone wanted to go back to the hostel. We got on a tram to go back to the hostel, and it got in a crash…. So then we had to walk an extra 20 or so minutes to get back here. The crash wasn’t too bad – it just rear ended a car. We’re pretty sure it was the car’s fault. When we got back to the hostel I got online for a little bit and then went back to my room. I’m sharing a room with Brea, Tania, and Catherine (Different Brea and Catherine than in previous posts). I laid down and was going to get up in 10 minutes and go to the pool, but then Catherine woke me up almost 2 hours later saying it was time for dinner. For dinner we had a large variety of things. It was, once again, really good. I especially enjoyed the red pasta and chicken wings. After dinner everyone got ready to go out. We had 2 birthdays in the group today, so everyone was pretty excited. The plan for most people was to go to the bar at the hostel, go to a bar in town, and then go to the 5 story night club that’s pretty famous in Prague. I decided to pass on the night club, but to still go out. When I was at the club in town I tried Absinth for the first time… I actually really liked it. I might be the first girl in history. I did however, not find it as strong as I had been expecting. Angus came back to the hostel with me and we talked for a bit when we got back. I’m planning on sleeping in a little bit tomorrow for the first time on this trip!

Day 22 – Tyrol, Austria to Munich, Germany

Day 22 – Tyrol, Austria to Munich, Germany

We didn’t leave Tyrol until a little later than we normally leave, because people were doing their second activity – either paragliding or skydiving (if they wanted to)…. Andddd I WENT SKYDIVING. It was amazing. As I’m writing this, it kind of feels like it was a dream. I’m glad I got the video so I can prove to myself that I actually did it. When I get home, probably in the

spring, I really want to do an accelerated free fall now, which is like the first step to getting certified. But back to this time – skydiving over the Alps…. There are no words for how beautiful it was. It was definitely an opportunity I’m glad I didn’t pass up. There are also no words for what skydiving feels like… It’s not like the weightless feeling you get on a rollercoaster, you really don’t feel like you’re falling…. But like I said, not really describable… you should all go try it J !! After skydiving we left for Munich! It was our shortest drive day, only about 2.5 hours.

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We stopped at Dachau, the concentration camp along the way. It was quite the day of mixed emotions. We had some time to walk around and see the camp… the more time I was there the more uneasy it made me feel… I can’t quite describe that either. We also watched a 20 minute video. First off, it was some of the longest minutes of my life… We learned about the Holocaust in school, but not like in this video. This video made more of an impact on me than all of the time we spent learning about it in school. It was horrific… and I can’t imagine anyone wanting to do that to another person… or even animal for that matter. It is not something I would wish upon the people that I dislike most in this world by a long stretch. We left Dachau and headed into Munich.

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We checked into our hostel, I was rooming with Isabelle, Laura, and Cathrine. I’m really sad that my friend, Dominik, is not in town right now! He left for Nepal 3 days ago… but he told me to give is brother, Jakob, a call, so I did! We decided to meet up at the hotel, and he would show me around and then we would go to the Hofbrauhaus for dinner and beer after, and finish off the night by going to a club. Jakob showed me the city hall, the opera house, the statue of Bavaria, the location of Oktoberfest, and other things. At the Hofbrauhaus I had a liter of their original beer, a traditional German shot of some sort, and a pork knuckle. It was all yummy J We were able to meet up with the rest of the tour there and we all had a ton of fun. It was definitely one of the crazier nights of the tour. Some of Jakob’s friends met us there and then we all went to the club. I only stayed there for about 45 minutes because Angus needed someone to go home with him, but that was okay because I had been up since 7 because of skydiving and we had another early morning to head off the Prague. It was overall a really fun night. I’m sad I couldn’t see Dominik, but it was great to meet Jakob and I really can’t wait to go back to Munich! It has been one of my favorite cities on the tour so far. Thanks again Jakob! See you next time! (And Dominik too :)

Day 18 – Dubrovnik, Croatia to Zadar, Croatia

Day 18 – Dubrovnik, Croatia to Zadar, Croatia

DRIVE DAY! Again. Today was a lot shorter than other days. It was only about 7 hours. We made a stop in Bosnia on the way. That was pretty cool because it wasn’t a country I was expecting to go to, even though it was only a

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Day 16 – Tirana, Albania to Dubrovnik, Croatia

Day 16 – Tirana, Albania to Dubrovnik, Croatia

Another drive day today… but it was a lot better than yesterday. We watched A Team on the bus in the morning, it was a decent movie. We crossed through Montenegro on the way to Croatia. It was funny because in order to get through the boarder more quickly, you can bribe the border guards… so 4 beers and €20 later we were into Montenegro. We stopped in a town for lunch, most of us got burgers. They were huge and very good. I also had some tangerine flavored ice cream which was delicious. When we got back on the bus we worked on designs for our trip t-shit and voted on the best one. Not long after that we were arriving in Dubrovnik! I am rooming with Laura again. We had a little free time, then a buffet style dinner. The chicken salad was really good but I wasn’t thrilled with anything else. We had a little more free time after that and then went into the old part of Dubrovnik all together. Carl (our tour leader) showed us around a bit. Dubrovnik is an amazing city. I wish we were spending more time here. It is definitely somewhere I think I am going to want to come back to – but I’ll know for sure after tomorrow! After our mini tour we went to a bar for a bit. Laura and I came back pretty early because we are planning a long day tomorrow. Plus, everyone is planning to go out again tomorrow night, and 2 nights in a row would be rough with how much we are trying to do

already. We can just catch up on our sleep the following day on the bus!

Day 15 – Plataria, Greece to Tirana, Albania

Day 15 – Plataria, Greece to Tirana, Albania

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Day 14 – Mourtos, Greece to Plataria, Greece

Day 14 – Mourtos, Greece to Plataria, Greece

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Day 13 – Petriti, Greece to Mourtos, Greece

Day 13 – Petriti, Greece to Mourtos, Greece

I finally got my voice all the way back today! The last few days I haven’t been able to talk until close to lunch time. It has been really annoying. There is this cold going around to everyone… blah. This morning our boat was beached… the water level had receded about 3 ft overnight and it took us almost an hour and a half to get out. We actually got to sail today too! So that was pretty exciting. Going to bed early to try to finish getting rid

of this cold (plus I didn’t sleep well last night).

Day 7 – Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland to Florence, Italy

Day 7 – Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland to Florence, Italy

Today was another drive day. We got up early and had our last breakfast in Switzerland and headed off. I sat next to Kelly on the bus again. It was a fairly uneventful bus ride. I stayed awake until we left Switzerland because the views were still amazing, but when we got to Italy it ended up being just a lot of farm land for a long while, so mostly everyone on the bus slept. We stopped for lunch along the way and had burritos (Mexican food in Italy? Alora.). When we got back on the road we watched Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Then when that was over Kelly and I shared our tastes in music with each other. We made a pit stop in Pisa, just to get some pictures with the leaning tower. We were there for about 45 minutes. I did a few handstands and back handsprings on the grass outside of the tower, which was really fun! Pictures and videos to follow soon! I also found a really cute floral dress! After that we were back on the road and only about an hour outside of Florence. We got to the camp and had about an hour before dinner. I brought my things to my room and then Kelly and I went exploring for a bit. We found this little deer farm or something that was right by the camp. For dinner we had pasta and pizza. The pizza was pretty good but I’d say that the pasta was just average. We are in the Chianti region of Italy, so we also had some Chianti. For dessert we had this strange lemon, raspberry, chocolate pastry type thing. It was alright. After dinner we went over to the bar to have a shot of lemonchello (spelling?) – it is traditional for Italians to have a shot of it following meals to aid in digestion. It was reallyyy sweet, but pretty good. After that Kelly and I went exploring again. We found this guy singing at this restaurant up at the top of the camp, he was a pretty good singer! Kelly tried to teach me to cha-cha, but it didn’t work very well! I just got back to the cabin and took a shower and

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Day 5 – Paris to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Day 5 – Paris, France to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Today was mainly a drive day. We left Paris around 8 am. It was a 9 hour drive, but we stop every 2.5 hours or so. We got to Lauterbrunnen around 6 pm. We had the next 2 hours free. I went into town and got a few things from one of the locals. I got myself an engraved Swiss Army Knife, and I also found something for my sister (but I can’t post what it is on here or she might see!). We headed back to where we’re staying and sat around for a few before dinner at 8pm. We had chicken with a yummy mushroom sauce as the main part of the meal and an apple tart with berries and custard on top for dessert. After dinner a group of us headed towards one of the waterfalls in the valley

(DID I MENTION IT’S GORGEOUS HERE?!) and walked up behind it. It was a little scary because it was dark and everything was uneven and kind of slippery and Kelly (=boy) kept trying to scare me, but totally worth it. I drank a little bit of the waterfall falling off of one of the rocks… why not? Haha. Afterwards Kelly and I were going to try to go to the waterfalls that are a little bit farther away, but the road got kind of curvy and we didn’t want to risk not being seen by a car, so I think we’re going to try to do that tomorrow afternoon. I am excited to go up to the top of the Jungfrau Mountain tomorrow, it’s the highest place you can go in Europe without having to climb. Hopefully the sky is clear for at least part of the day!