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TOPS OF MY STUDY ABROAD
1. Mai Dult
3. Mai Bock Celebration
2. Regensburg Dom
3. Regensburg's Old Stone Bridge
FAVORITE GERMAN MEALS
1. Nürnberg/Regensburg sausages
3. Beer (that's a meal, right?)
1. Standing on ...
... couple of days.
I took a walk on a short trail in the Wildlife Area, as it’s called. I saw no wildlife, but did get some nice late evening shots. One is of a small Prickly Pear Cactus, much like we have in Montana. I got a couple of early sunset shots and couple of pastoral scenes. There are cattle in the area nearby. Nice to hear a cow lowing again, for a change. I did see three whitetail type deer this morning on the way. Nice ...
... before. Then I will be scrambling around the house looking around, paranoid that I am forgetting something (even though I won't forget anything). Even when I get to the airport, I will have to double and triple check that I have my passport or something else important, haha. Oh, packing...
Just the thought of packing is getting me excited!
... Now China is interacting with modern cuisines all over the world and new dishes and cooking methods are constantly being forged.
With all of these cuisines there is a huge variety in ingredient combinations and cooking methods. China also uses almost every part of each animal, which results in a rich variety of textures and flavors. The Chinese are not afraid of chewing meat off small bits of bone and spitting out the bones. ...
There's a classic story you may have heard that goes like this:
Two men were walking toward each other on an otherwise deserted beach. One man was in his early 20s, the other obviously much older. The smooth damp sand was littered with starfish, washed onto the land during high tide. They were stranded there when the tide ebbed. Thousands of starfish were doomed to die in the warm morning sun.
The younger man watched the older ...