Joe and I took a trip to see the newlys weds, Shawn and Matt, in Germany. You could feel the Fall season with colors of red, orange and yellow surrounding the country. We had a quiet night in Schwietford (sorry for the poor spelling) though it didn't even seem like Germany since we were in a Mexican Restaurant and everyone around was speaking English. You see...there is a big American army base there and the town isn't that big so there is quite a few Americans around. Joe and I were able to get onto the base and we thought it was so funny how it was just like a little America there-we paid with Euros at Burger King and got back American dollars and the gas stations have all American products so I had stock up on my peanut butter, brownie mix, gum and reses cups.
We took a train to Bamburg and ended up doing a bit of a pub crawl to several beer halls. One beer hall brewed a beer that tasted exactly like baked ham. Being that the beer was a bit stronger over there, Joe ended up being the only person dancing in a bar
without a dance floor and Shawn and I had to test out the famous street doner kebabs. Bamburg is such an old city with its coble streets, cathedral and buildings. Our trip was way too short but we had to say dunka to Shawn and Matt for a wonderful time.
Your life is what you make of it...never did I think, I would be where I am now!!
After my undergrad, I went to Australia on a work program traveling throughout the country and to New Zealand and Fiji. I learned a lot about myself and what lies beyond the USA. Coming back to USA, I worked and had an opportunity to study my Masters in England. On the way there I traveled with my boyfriend, Joe, stopping off at Iceland, Scotland and over to meet Joe's family in Ireland. I continued my studies in Bournemouth, England and had an amazing time. Once I handed in my thesis, Joe and I traveled on... full info