Two days ago in a post I wrote that the plan was to be in bed by 1 AM. Well… we were in bed before midnight, but spent more than two hours talking about farts (God knows how that happened), school, bullying and the terrorist attacks which happened in Norway back in 2011. While talking I heard an explosion, my cousins believed it was fire crackers (5 days too late), but a while later we saw the police not too far from our building. I wonder what happened, but hopefully everything was okay.
Anyways! We woke up around ten o clock and left the house one o clock, because a family my aunts knows had the bus pas (they share it), so we couldn`t really leave before that. We spent several hours shopping in Frankfurt, the time passed by so fast. I wish I had more time, there are toooo many shops I want to visit every time I`m in Germany. Don`t get me started on the prices once again, haha. So many things are much cheaper here, I keep being taken over surprise by the prices here, even my mum wants me to get some things from here, for her. It was raining a lot in Frankfurt, which wasn`t that of a good thing for my hair. So, I covered it with my scarf all the time, haha. What a girl gotta do to keep her hair straight.
We went to various shops and the only ones I remember the names of, are HEMA, Primark, C&N and H&M. I barely do any shopping in Norway, so it was very nice to finally get some done with my aunt and my cousins. Especially my male cousins never let me get bored, which is something I already know I`m going to miss. They`re dramatic, have these silly and weird jokes in store all the time and can hardly sit still for one minute.
Later on we went to eat at a restaurant which isn`t too far away from Primark. Our “starters” was pommes fries . All of were hungry, so it went down our throat quite fast, haha.
We ordered pizza and something called “donners” and three pizzas and ate all of it (even though we were full in the end, haha). Afterwards almost all of us had to go to the bathroom, and when my youngest cousin was in the toilet he shouted “there`s no toilet paper here!”. One of the workers came downstairs to get some and he went inside the toilet my cousin was sitting at. I hope that wasn`t too awkward for him, haha…
After eating, we went to do some last shopping. The shop we bought most stuff at, was Primark. They had quite a lot of great stuff, but I have a lot of clothes and this time I want to buy mostly winter clothes, as I don`t feel like I have enough sweaters and jumpers. However, I controlled myself and told myself to only buy the things I really liked, wanted and actually could imagine myself wearing.
After a lot of walking, we were thirsty so we went into this shopping mall and got ourselves something to drink. Seriously, water tastes more good when you`re really thirsty. I wish it tasted that good all the time, especially since I`m not good at drinking enough water every day. After a short break, we decided to visit some shops inside the mall. I saw a hat I`ve been wanting to buy for quite some time in “Accesorize” and we were supposed to visit the shop on our way out. Well, we ended up spending way too much time inside an electronics shop (that means my aunt did, not I) and suddenly we realised they were about to close the shops so we hurried to the shop, but it was already closed. Oh, well, hopefully I`ll find that hat somewhere else during my time here.
Nine o clock we decided to go home, but somehow we ended up at the wrong train. Fortunately we realised that early, so we got off at “Grisheim”, waited fifteen minutes for the next one, went to Frankfurt and caught the right train. We weren`t home until eleven o clock, but I don`t think anyone really minded that because we had spent some great time together in the city. We`ve done this each time I`ve been here (this is the fourth time), and it`s always been fun.
And in the very end… yesterday`s outfit! Just thought I`d show you guys, because I liked it. I`m loving my boots. I borrowed the coat from my aunt, which was very comfortable and soft.
I hope you like travel posts like these. Also, thanks a lot for the recent support. I read everything, but I`m going to reply everyone when I`m back in Norway. 🙂