Posts Tagged ‘Fun’

all around the world

During our trip to Germany, there was one day where my parents both were off from work, so we decided to do something all together. My dad was in charge of coming up with something. He chose to show us the world – in miniature :-)

IMG_3293Our trip started in London, …

IMG_3290… continued in Rome, …

IMG_3292…. and brought us to Moscow.

IMG_3291But why stop in Europe, when the rest of the world is just a stone’s throw away? We would go to China, …

IMG_3255… visit Sam in Australia, …

IMG_3294… and end our tour in America.

IMG_3270skalAfter all that globetrotting, we decided to travel the kids play area =) Both Morten and my dad have way more advanced sliding technique than I do.

theeggAfter the slide dad and I tried ‘The Egg’, a little cabin that makes loops as you wish. Man, what fun we had!

IMG_3271We would make a stop at the couple swing as well. Mom loves it, can you tell?

IMG_3258The most fun I had in a long time, was when dad and I went on this ride. That monster here circles around while you can do funny things with the steering wheel so your little wagon would shoot through the water. Awesome!

IMG_3301When we were done with the park and about to get back to the car, guess who I met? And it wasn’t even a miniature. Lucky me =)

I enjoyed that family day so much, and while looking at all the fun miniatures, I couldn’t help but constantly thinking of my dear friend Brinja, who has this amazing miniature model of her own apartment.

wind, water, sunshine and lots of fun

What a nice trip! Everything went well and we had the greatest fun ever!

IMG_3158We’re all packed up and ready to go. Please notice that it’s my bike with our luggage… A decision I might regret later on…

IMG_3161All happy, about 5 km into our trip.

IMG_3163Eeeaaagle (Morten has watched too many episode of Scrubs)

IMG_3169I liked the fact that Sweden has this many bike paths. We were really lucky with the route Google maps suggested.

IMG_3175After 20 km we had a little stop near the water. We were surrounded by swans and lady bugs. Really cosy!

IMG_3176Homemade sandwiches with tunasalad. YUM!

IMG_3178My man =)

IMG_3190First glimpse of Rügen – the chalk cliffs on the north-eastern coast.

IMG_3199Biking in Germany was somehow a lot harder. Lots of hills but also really nice bike paths through the woods.

IMG_3200Almost there: the houses on the right belong to the little village my parents live in.

IMG_3202After having biked 55 km we enjoyed a nice dinner in Ralswiek (a place I will tell you more about in a couple of days) together with my little brother, Felix, and my mom.

Today is a day of planning. There’s so many things to do and so little time… I will keep you posted!

guys just wanna have fun

Being in Germany gave me the chance to visit my dear friend Stephan. We took a walk along Greifswald‘s old city wall and took a ride to the harbour area. The guys enjoyed the nice weather which apparently set the production of infantile hormones in motion :-)

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