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... and thanked him for the incredible journey he had provided us, and we also told him how much we appreciated that he shared his wisdom and knowledge about the history of Konigsallee, and how to canoe.“We never even learned your name, sir”, Jordan exclaimed. “Just call me Paddle. I have fallen in love with Konigsallee, the least I can do is honor myself towards it by referencing it”, said the man passionately.“Guys, we have to start heading back ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
For those of you interested in taking a look at my preliminary travel root you should be able to see it somewhere on this page.
At the moment my plan is to update the blog with images and info every couple of days…I hope I won't become too lazy as time goes on :)
Take care and speak soon!
... the same in all cities but they were off the hook in Koln. It was like a mini city pop up for adults that bought Santa and the North Pole to life. Glue vine (warm wine), German food like bratwurst, pretzels, flamkucken (German pizza), shops galore, wood carving, glass blowing, Christmas trees and ice skating rings filled the square and people gathered together to shop, eat, drink and get into the Christmas spirit. Besides the Christmas markets I also checked out ...
... had a small car on the back, they seemed to be carrying anything from coal to oil, the flow of the river was quite fast and the large boats hardly seemed to be moving in comparison to the boats traveling down stream.
In the afternoon I spent time walking around the Altstadt meaning old town in German language, it was an area with lots shops and cafes an historic buildings including the Rathouse or Town Hall, this was a very impressive building, I didn't venture ...
... during my journey did speak English very well but I did notice the further out you go from the city the less English people speak, on my visit to Kaiserworth I went to a local bakery to have some lunch and it was a quite difficult to make my order understood, by using hand gestures and pointing at products on display I got what I wanted and a nice smile from the lady serving.
Time to turn in now and recharge my batteries.