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... concentration camp (though not the first) an interesting fact about this camp was that in 1992, it was discovered that it had been used from 1945-1950 by the Soviets. The only reason that we know this is that they uncovered a mass grave with 12,000 bodies. This was an extremely emotional day - hearing stories and seeing pictures.. Standing in the very places where so many people stood, and died. At one point, when we went into the area where ...
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I am one step further in my travel preps. Well, actually, two dives further! I passed the theoretical diving exam and then got to start with the lessons. My diving instructor suggested to go into the shallow waters of Lake Constance to instead of the pool for the first lessons.
The first practical lesson was not my favorite. I acually kept asking myself "WHY am I doing this?". We fitted a semi-dry diving suit, which was ...
... needs to be forthcoming too. He's limited to golden 10s or less, given the invariable prompt disappearance of said Jimmy Money. Maybe some huge stash of copper will rattle out of some mouldy crevice under his seat as we get back to Amsterdam. I think Jimmy is oblivious to the strangeness of his life. He knows his corner of the tent, a playground is a playground, he loves climbing into Harry Charrie, he loves climbing out just as much, he sleeps oblivious to ...
... up the Rhine with perfect weather. The days consisted of riding up and floating down the surprisingly warm river. The local custom of tying on an inflated dry bag containing a towel, wallet, sunnies and iPhone and floating down the river for an hour just looked too good to pass up. What a way to get to work! So we blew up a balloon, stuffed it carefully into a dry sac (Macgyver at work) and off went Charlie. We should have started the ...
... It isn't surprising since white settlement came after the Middle Ages! We parked the car and walked back in time as quite a few people were dressed up. There were canvas tents, armor, mead wine and enough beards to keep the whole town warm. You can tell that some people really take this stuff seriously by the amount of armour, swords, knives and leather they own. It was a real eye opener for me because I had never ...
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