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... are boards offering to take you cruising. We find a bar with wifi and have a beer whilst we try to email Tylos Ferries re: getting from Iran to India. The emails bounce back, we will have to try again with the laptop, perhaps I wrote the addresses down wrong. The country side planted in rows of either grapes or apples. The apple trees are kept very low only about 5 foot and are laden with ripe ...
... back home on the opposite side of the river.
The region is very much a farming area with kilometer after
kilometer of intense agriculture. Some of the crops we saw being grown here are
potatoes, lettuce, grapes, maize, carrots, strawberries, beans, apples, pears,
onions and turnips. The land is flat and the soils are very nice and all under
As a river, the Rhine is really impressive, especially for
me coming from South Africa. A solid block ...
Today is Grandfather’s 80th birthday and since
Corinne has recently turned 21 it was decided to celebrate their birthdays
together at a fancy restaurant in Gottlieben which is a beautiful old town
situated on the banks of the Rhine.
After a quick breakfast Stef, Jan, Corinne and I cycled out
to the town of Steckborn where we met the gang of relatives and jumped on board
a boat which took us down river ...
... maize. We soon realized that cycling aimlessly wasn’t going to get us anywhere
fast except lost and tired so we decided to catch a ferry back to Constance,
and this is where the fun started.
Problem one, we had no Euros and the ticket guys wouldn’t
accept Swiss Francs.
Problem two, the ticket guy wouldn’t accept credit card….can
you believe ...
... br> We were hoping to take a quick detour to Liechtenstein but missed the turn and there was no highway exit for nearly 50km so we didn’t turn around. Crossing the border into Austria wasn’t much of a change from Germany or Switzerland. Our first stop was the historic town of Bregenz on the edge of Bodensee (Lake Konstanz, the third biggest lake in Western Europe). The was the first town we left the motorhome parked while we went exploring. Given our ...