Travel Blogs from St. Gallen
... was, I literally couldn't breathe. There were a lot of school children there, because now it's law that German children must go to a concentration camp at some point in their schooling, just one of the ways they're trying to get over what happened.
I then spent the night hanging out with Ellen, and her 2 scottish friends, Ben and Cameron.
I took a train to Ravensburg where a couple friends that I met in Ireland live, Derya and Jessica. ...
... br> Getting the fins on seemed easier and I felt a bit less locked up in the wetsuit.
More exercises: Taking the lead off, putting it back on. Taking the **********, putting it back on (ever tried with gloves?! that was tough!). Taking the mask off, putting it back on.
I really enjoyed this time! And we even got lots of time - well, must have been at least 10 minutes - to just enjoy the dive.
As it was raining that day, the water was even ...
Having looked at the distance to The Black Forest on the map and taking account of our previous mileages, we've decided that:
50mph is a relaxing speed to travel at (and limited to that in Germany anyway although a friendly German camper tells us that we should now meet the 100% car/caravan ratio. This means we should be able to get the 100 kph test certificate to travel at 60 on motorways?)
100 miles is a very easy day.
150 miles is a sensible distance to travel (3 ...
... him at this stage. Staying days usually mean playgrounds, or at least playing, on a beach, in a field, on my head, so he likes that. Riding days, to him, are probably all pretty similar too. Riding, sun cream, snacks, lunch, looking at buildings, Jimmy sleeping, supermarket stops, arriving at camp.... He's infatuated with speeds and distances. I had a computer on his bike at first, turned upside down out of sight, but he had a stack after spinning it round ...