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... up to Dilsberg, which is a small, but has a commanding view over the Neckar Valley. I have often seen it as I passed by on the train, but this was the first time going through it so we had to stop and have a look. The whole town is quite large if you consider all the houses, but the old town is what everybody comes to see. It is sort of like a theme park with the stone walls, cobblestone streets, a couple of cafes, ...
... founded in 1386 and is the oldest university in Germany and was the fourth university established in the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The university is federally funded and is free of charge for both local and foreign students but only 19% of the students are foreign because the entrance exams are difficult and must be completed in fluent German. There are 32,000 students. In the afternoon the sun was shining and consequently it warmed up a bit and ...
This one is going to be a bit random, so bear with me. Steffie has been going through the attic with her parents, in an attempt to bring some order to the chaos that is the German equivalent of a backyard shed. They have found some interesting stuff to say the least including old coins, egg scissors, travelling toiletry kits and about a thousand books and puzzles. Most of it is ...
... which mind you are probably all faded now. I have no idea where any of these journals are now; gathering dust in the shed no doubt.
I really started taking photos on my 2008 road trip because I wanted to sort of document the places that I had visited. I wanted to do this trip to challenge myself and to see if there were any other places in Australia that I could see myself living or moving to. Back then I really had no idea how to take good photos I ...
... So worth it though.
2. Arthur's Pass, South Island. If you drive through from west to east through the middle of the South Island, then you have to drive through Arthur's Pass, which isn't a bad place to be. The road is a bit steep before dropping back down to the Canterbury Plains. Then again you could add ...