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- TV Channel One Russia
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... on and helped Teresa. He was even shoveling poo!! He also drank fresh cows milk straight from the udder! He said he wants to be a farmer now :) Due to Mats special request, we had Weinerschnitzel for dinner! After dinner we helped Teresa mould the butter ready to be sold. So much fun! We learnt what happens to the milk once it's collected. 1) it gets separated into cream and milk. 2) the milk sits for a few days to go ...
We made our final pass over the Passo Falzarego, through Cortina and into Austria. The hills are alive!! ;) It was a little tricky to find Orgenhias Alm, a little dairy Alm where Mats friend Teresa has been working as a milk maid for three months. We went ...
Yesterday we rode back to the place that has been home for the past seven years. With our move to England so close it no longer feels as if we belong in Malta. Strangely it felt like going to another stop over-just one we will be at for the next three weeks.
As we had a self catering apartment in Zagreb, breakfast was down to us.Fresh coffee, local breads,salami and fruit. All eaten sitting a the table in our underwear Everywhere we had breakfast on our ...
Getting excited whilst packing! It's been a long time since we had a summer holiday at all and ten years since we have had the prospect of two weeks away on the bike. Last October we rode down the Adriatic coast to Dubrovnik and back through Bosnia in eight days. On that trip we had a support vehicle in the shape of Vernon's car so we had the luxury of ...
... walking in the same footsteps of Hitler and his henchmen. From the bus parking area, we walked through a 124m long tunnel to meet an copper plated elevator that was used to transport the Führer another 124m vertically to his mountain top residence in comfort. The tunnel we walked was impressive. Every large rectangle stone perfectly cut and placed. Nothing out of alignment. Dimly lit. It reminded us of the Wolfenstein game we played as kids. On ...