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... 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.
Wednesday 28th May
Took the train to Milan & then the metro to the Cathedral, which has an amazing exterior with multiple pinnacles & hordes of statues & we took turns to inspect the interior. This was as surprising as the exterior as it was so austere with the exception of its stained glass windows which were wonderful. The other odd feature was that the columns supporting the roof had statues mounted on plinths about 6m ...
... like a new car! The ride is very comfortable, courtesy of the new rear suspension but the biggest improvement has been the performance. Tomek had diagnosed an oil leak from the inlet manifold gasket. So he fitted new gaskets and now we have calculated that we’re getting about 10% better fuel economy and greatly improved power, all that air from the Turbo now goes where it should. Very happy guys! Thanks!
And now back to Berlin to collect ...
... concrete of the airport floor - only to find everyone staring at me like a complete weirdo.
I caught the flight to Bremen and upon arriving I decided to see if I could get a nice stamp in my passport - with just 2 stamps after visiting 21 different countries it was looking a little bare...and unlike in Espain, the Germans were happy to oblige and provided me with a sexy stamp - despite the confused reaction when the answer to 'Is this you're first ...
At the start of the week I had gone to do the last tedious tasks necessary, which meant waiting for 2 hours to tell the Germans I was leaving their country (only Germans seem to wait for hours and hours to tell their government every little bit of information about their lifes) - however as I was not going straight home it got very confusing as the lady wanted to know if I was registering in Brussels when I ...