Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Trier Bound

Well, K and I have enjoyed a glorious weekend, filled with friends, loads of babies, great music, each other, and one glass of wine. Despite wishes for the long weekend to stretch into oblivion, it seems that the morning has come where I am to ship myself (in the company of 120 kids) to Germany.

I am already missing K and our regular routine, but I think he will be able to suffer through the next four days without his Vegan CowGirl. My hopes are that I will have internet access at the home-away-from-home, but we will see what the accomodations offer. If not, I will look forward to getting home and sharing all my vegan-rific experiences in Germany. Rest assured - I have some stand-by vegan options already stowed away in my travel pack (apparently, the place we are staying 'can't accommodate vegans).

Of course the best part of the whole trip will be when I have to participate in the faculty drama that is a tradition on this trip. I just can't wait (can you see the sarcasm dripping off that last sentence?)

Roman Bridges (roads, building, walls, crappy dioramas) here I come!


romina said...

Have a safe trip!

Bianca said...

Better you than me! I can't deal with one kid, much less 120! I'm so slit my wrists!

But don't do that. Have fun!

Happy Herbivore! said...

When I back packed through Europe, everyone told me I'd starve in Germany - and I thought it was one of those friendliest countries to vegetarians. I love Germany and miss it dearly... safe travels!

Rural Vegan said...

You must have the patience of a saint with all those kids. Have a great time!

VeganCowGirl said...

Thanks for all the comments. The kids were amazing - seriously, AMAZING. I can't complain. Glad to be home though and in some peace.

H.H. - yes! Germany is a great place to be a veg. For sure --- just not at the hostel I stayed in. :) Would love to hear more about your travels.