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... latter part of the journey was through the Ruhr Valley so much more industrial. We are staying tonight near Brilon which is in a hilly and forested area with a number of saw mills. We are sat looking at the sun drenched vista, sipping tea and planning tomorrow's ...
... she loves it when you brush her hair or hold her hand. I see now where I have inherited my incredibly thick, straight hair from. At the age of 90 my oma still has a full head of white hair that is very like mine! We have made quite an effort to make her room as personalised as possible with her pictures and we have kept all the flowers up from her birthday. I wish we lived here so that we could look after her more, because New Zealand is too far away to be able to ...
... German sausages, patties, and other delights which were washed down with some cold beer (by Nathan) followed by a round or two of schnapps for all the adults. Traci is adamant that she had been given rocket fuel and can not understand how anyone could enjoy it.
Tomorrow we plan on visiting Bergin-Belsen, the concentration camp where Anne Frank died. This will be our first concentration camp we have visited and are anticipating it will be a moving experience.
... it had very good ratings on Trip Advisor (that's how I found it). And we thought it might be nice to go somewhere like this after the hustle and bustle of Berlin.
It certainly was nice....we really enjoyed the couple of hours we spent strolling around and I loved seeing all the animals and the little kids enjoying them. There were so many families out enjoying the nice afternoon :)
It was funny coming across what I think is a prairie dog? ...
... us to a small garden by the damn, but the stiel had been removed. Apparently there will be a ceremony to mark the bombing of the 3 dams on the anniversary on 17th May 2015.
We resisted the temptation to run across the dam with our arms outstretched , going- Da, da da daaa, dada da da daaa.......!