Hotel Klein Zwitserland
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... for them ever since.
Only a couple of weeks ago I got informed about a volunteer position onboard the Africa Mercy, i.e. as a Media Liaison Officer. After having discussed this situation with my current employer, I decided to go for it! After the selection procedure, I got the official letter of acceptance: I would serve on the Africa Mercy from Jan - June. A new year, a new adventure!
I only had one month to get everything sorted ...
... WeinhnachtsMarkt Hexenhof which is an area which sells all kinds of warm wine drinks called gluhwein, that are spiked further with amaretto, rum or jägermeister. We had the tame hot chocolate with whip cream. Each market has their own version of souvenir mugs that are used for hot drinks. Some are also dated by year and change and some are used year after year. We ended up with one 2014 and one 2015 mug that we decided to keep from this market. ...
Ignoring the typical grey sky of a North German autumn we headed out to the spectacular town of Monschau which was established about 1000 years ago. On the way we passed through Holland and Belgium to reach this small German town, an experience that is incomprehensible to an Australian mindset.
Small relics and reminders of World War ...
To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...
... overlooking the battlefield, built in 1826. Topped by a bronze lion, commemorating the fact that the Prince of Orange was wounded at the battle. Fantastic views all around. Belgium is so flat, difficult to see where they got any vantage points from. Then we went to see the Panorama. An amazing art feat. Canvas, painted by a French artist in 1915, 100 metres long and 12 metres high, in ...