The world of Estis awaits you...
In a quiet little village there's a party planned and one young girl
has a big birthday treat in store for her. With her family and friends
about her, Leah stands no chance of knowing how this day will transform
her life forever. From land, to deep underground, to high above Estis
you can adventure with Leah as she makes startling discoveries about
herself, her identity and the true nature of those around her.
A Fool Goes
Guten tag! Yes,
that's right, I am writing this newsletter from my bed here in Germany.
I hope to drum up some business for us overseas and that means having
to suffer through cake, candy, beer, and sausages. Poor me.
I've been here a couple days now and I think what strikes me most is
parking. Not that I am driving, but rather seeing where and how people
park cars in Hamburg is something else. Earlier today I was walking
along this narrow hill street and the sidewalk is covered with parked
cars. I leaned over to the person I was walking with and
said, "This can't be legal." No sooner than at the next car we see a
sign that says parking on the sidewalk is permitted (which I wish I
took a picture of because it was a funny picture of a car half on the
curb). Yesterday I saw cars parked under an overpass between the
pillars that hold it up.
Beyond that it hasn't really felt very different to be living here.
Well, I suppose it was a bit weird when a guy got onto the subway and
started playing an accordion and collecting change. Very surreal.
Have you been to a foreign country and remember what struck you as
different that you weren't expecting? Are there things you expect to be
different if you went to one? Discuss it on the forum!
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