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... often comes across descriptions, in books, of a beautiful girl with eyes the colour of Cornflowers. Seriously, if I came across a girl with eyes this colour, I wouldn't be able to stop staring.
After swimming we carried on to Winkel to spend some time with Corinne's mother before cycling back to camp once more.
... the guided tour which, although it was all in German,
was the only way to access some of the impressive and beautifully decorated
rooms of the Prelature. We were given written information in English so weren’t
completely clueless as to what was around us. John’s German is a bit rusty but
he still managed to understand bits of what the guide was telling us.
The monastery was burnt to the ground in 1697 so when it was rebuilt, they started to ...
It's time to leave Ulrichen, but there's still one of its famous passes to run. The last time Mick and I were on the Nufenen the snow was hammering into my visor and into Mick's face. A truly unpleasant experience.
This morning the weather is just perfect, not a cloud in the sky, and it's a joy to ride up the challenging eastern side of this high pass. It is still only 4C at the summit but crisp ...
... they don’t look like a person’s "supposed to look" in a swimsuit. They don’t travel because their couch is a more comfortable place, and huffing and puffing around an unfamiliar city does not appeal to them. They don’t travel because it is hard to find a travel companion whose schedule matches up with theirs, who has the same dream destinations in mind, whose personality gels in such a way with them that they ...
... Mateus in Chemistry, and Jonas in Physics/IT. They are quite the impressive bunch. Florian took me to his office on my first day and introduced me to all his co-workers and friends. Apparently they are all working toward the common goal of producing a material that can replace cartilage behind the knee. Linds... there is hope!! They were using a 3D printing machine to create scaffolds upon which cells are placed in the hopes that they will bond ...