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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. ...
... to put on. Over that, I had to put on a shorty. Then I got 8kg of diving led and my jacket with air and everything. Felt like I weighed 100kg and was put in a straitjacket.
But I finally managed to get myself and my gear into the water without sweating too much. Then there were the fins to put on - wearing gloves - but managed that too!
Finally the water took the weight off my shoulders and we could get started!
First exercise: going ...
... we've always had some hold up or traffic adding at least an hour AND once off the motorway, 50 is a sensible maximum speed anyway)
200 miles is probably a distance to aim for if you are en route and want to get to a final destination.
We've done 300 miles from Wurzburg to Salzburg but it is a VERY ************g day.
With all of this in mind we made an unplanned stop at Nussdorff, just south of Uberlingen, right on the lakeside.
There was only 1 minor ...
... and cold and mozzies and occasional Eurobogans in campgrounds ( fortunately much rarer than the Ozbogans endemic in Australian camps), he eats most things and never gets sick. He loves swimming ( and the fluoro floaties that Lou got him when we realised how nice swimming in the Rhine is), and isn't getting fat on all the Ice cream and other inducements that we expected to have to offer him as payment for excess time on the Chariot. He's just loving it all, bless ...
... the top and met him in the black sea! He loved it. A stop at the beautiful Rhine Falls coincided with tom's b'day so we splurged on the youth hostel but only after it was pointed out to us as the 1000 year old castle overlooking the falls. A dorm room to ourselves, a common room outside our door with Lego and a wooden train set and puzzles and checkers and craft!! And, when things couldn't possibly get any better, the staff insisted ...