Along with rest of the international crowd, I hang most of our clothes to dry (it was shocking to see so much of it when we first arrived in Portugal!). I do stick to the old way (for us) of drying sheets, towels, socks and undies in the dryer–but it seems I can it in one load for that day if the dryer is needed. We really like our rack similar to yours and another called ANTONIUS from IKEA. I fold and/or stack clothes up as I take them off the line to be hung or put away once inside. It does get a little tricky in the rainy/cold season. My husband will bring the rack in and set by the fireplace! Right now I have to watch that I don’t leave items in the sun too long–fade lines across a few of our shirts have taught me a lesson!
Free education? Excellent. You are a savvy, intrepid individual who knows how to get the best out of life. You'll just chill out in Deutschland for a few years, snag that degree, maybe work for a bit, and then come home to make the big bucks, right? Maybe. Or you might fall irrevocably in love with Germany. Then you'll face the dilemma of either saying a permanent Tschüß to your birth country, or ripping your heart up by the roots to extract yourself from this delightful land. Or the Ausländerbehörde might do it for you, if you can't ultimately navigate the job world.
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