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... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...
... of the city. There is only one train there per hour and I soon found out why because it is run by the Odenwaldbahn and has just four stops! The whole journey took only 12 minutes and went as follows:
And that was the end of the line! Not possible to go any further! Apparently the line was only re-opened in ...
... photos, here are some memories, thoughts, and highlights from the both of us during our 7 country tour of Asia.
We'll miss the ease of traveling in Asia. It wasn't uncommon for us to wake up in the morning, go to one of the many travel agencies and book our travel that would leave in an hour or two. In contrast, we booked our train ticket ...
... den Fingern macht Spaß und Dreck im Magen härtet ab!
Dass wir so gut wie nie krank waren, hat natürlich zur guten Stimmung beigetragen. Unsere rückwärts aus dem Magen heraus galoppierende Alpaka-Attacke in Peru, Nico's und Gaby's Erkältung in Hanoi sowie Nicos's Magenverstimmung in Jordanien waren die einzigen anstrengenden Tage. Insgesamt waren wir aber nur wenige Tage krank. Mit der Essens-Regel "Koch es, schäl es oder vergiss es" überlebt man weltweit jeden ...
After several cups of coffee we joined a walking tour of Frankfurt. It was led by an American, Dave, and took us around all the historic places in the city centre. For someone who doesn't "do" history (and I have to admit to mentally wandering at times, literally at others, to take photos) I found it not bad. It was pretty much a potted version that even I could cope with. We did go to the food market - reminded me of Queen Vic Market in Melbourne, but on ...