Travel Blogs from Hirschberg
... individual steps that get you to your goal.
This was definitely one of those helpful things for life: the difference between cultural assimilation and integration, body language affecting mood and cultural behaviour. Sure is interesting, I think they are also called soft skills.
Body language - https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_you r_body_language_shapes_who_you_are?lang uage=en
... a concert featuring Music from Mozart, Strauss, and Mozart boys choirs at the Liechtenstein city palace. An amazing concert.Late supper of Hungarian goulash (delicious soup) Apple Struedel etc etc.The trip through the Wachau valley was spectacular.It is like the Rhine Gorge-steep slopes,vineyards bright with Autumn colours.Landscape dotted with castles and churches. We have had amazingly warm weather and lots of sunny days. Off to Bratislava capital of ...
... than nothing. Beautiful scenery with wonderful Autumn colours.Tonight we had our second
Chefs Special 5 course Dinner – absolutely delicious. Niko, the Romanian chef,
and Lucian the Maitre d’ and staff certainly know how to make you feel special.
Early to bed for an
early start tomorrow. At 4am tomorrow we will cruise through Frankfurt and
leave the Main for the Rhein.
... the right path and walked though the fields of hay and cabbage, both red and white. Then we walked down the hill, past the local chapel into the town of Heinsheim and stopped for lunch on the riverbank. Everybody was pretty tired by this point, but we still had another 4km push to the finish line.
The last section was in the sun for 2kms along the riverbank, followed by 2kms in the shade underneath ...
... globalisation makes third world countries and their people dependant, just look at things like suicide netting at the Apple factory in China, the amount of rubbish in the environment and the state of petrol extraction in Africa. Sad fact is that these people have become dependant on this type of labour when previously they had taken all they needed from the land and managed it sustainably for generations. They are producing stuff for other people ...