Deutsche Telekom Tagungshotel Hamburg
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... It warms my heart to know how our safety is prized onboard. The rigging points did indeed fail the subsequent weight test...yes, that's right, the point that had, up to then, been carrying our combined weight of 150kg.
And so, as I ran off-stage to rinse out a small piece of ship infrastructure that had fallen from the welding into my eye, I was still thankful and praying that we'd get the all-clear before my final potential aerials performance. Let's go out with a bloody bang.
... away from her balanced on more and more fronds. I took a photo of the near end result but it really doesn’t capture the skill, strength, patience and concentration required to do this act, it was just amazing to watch. Then after balancing all of this on her head the woman carefully put it down, walked around and removed the feather from the end and the structure toppled over. So very clever!
At intermission Lil swapped seats so that she was sitting with ...
... of planes take-off and land, as well as the taxi depot. The last one we could tell wasn’t real though as you would never see that many taxis waiting at a depot!! I think Lyndon’s favourite part was the massive, open air concert …. as he spotted a girl dancing on someone’s shoulders with her top off!! Perve!
There was so much to see we could have stayed for hours but when Lil was given the choice of staying longer or getting home in time to see Mali ...
... arrives at one of
the 150 work stations he scans his card so the system records he is there. When
the bike arrives along the line and passes his work area it automatically adjust
its working height to the length of the worker to avoid bending or
All bikes in the factory as pre sold and built to the
customer’s requirements. No bikes are
just built for stock. Because of this the assembly ...
... cruise for the english language dependants which also had a German translation. Hamburg is Germany's largest sea port, even though its 120km from the sea. It also claims to be one of the largest harbours in the world, so it was very interesting viewing the harbour from water level as we kept dodging bigger boats. Even less desire to swim there than Sydney Harbour! We had a slight detour due to the low tide making it dangerous to follow the stated route. Cranes, functional and ...