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A move into Germany, staying at a camp site near a Lake on the East of the City; it was next to the A1 Autobahn and under the flight path to Bremen Airport. As you can guess, not the quietest night we have had so far!
The Navigator even went for a run a round the 3.5Km lake; I walked in the opposite ...
... my German had become a little rusty, and Johanna's mother didn't speak the best English. What resulted were hilarious conversations in some sort of English-Germany creole. But as those who have travelled before will know - a language barrier does not stop you having fun! Walking together around the Christmas markets I found out much about Johanna's mother, as she told me all about the farm they own in southern Germany.
... did not last for long and just
before Bremen it was at a total stand once again.
I had now ridden over 354 miles and as i was on the outskirts of Bremen I
simply thought I would call it a day. I really could not be bothered sitting in
anymore traffic again.
Into the satnav and its time to find somewhere to stay. Its only 14h30 so
should not be a problem.
The closest place was a motel but after looking at it I did not really like
I decided at Jürgen's that my trip would be west to Oldenburg to visit a German friend I met in Ecuador, then a return a bit East to rejoin to Weser river and head south until it ends. So, today I rode through lovely village after lovely village. It's a shame I didn't take more photos because there were nice old homes, wooden bridges, waterwheels in streams, etc. it was ...
So, as you should know by now, last month I briefly went back to Bremen for a weekend....with various excuses ranging from 'I need closure' to 'It's for research - Uni work' to quite simply 'Why not?!' the weekend flew by all too quickly, and made me realise once more why I love the city so much!
So, where to begin? Well I had been working endlessly from the moment I got back to Uni in September until early December, before the final pieces of work ...