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... lost was actually a really good thing! The Justice Umbrella fell apart every 5 minutes and if it wasn't already rickety by itself, the wind decided to give it a bit of help by continually trying to split it into two again and again. I repaired it at least 20 times but I absolutely refuse to throw it out or buy a new one until we reach somewhere that promises me continuous sun! Although we had already done it last night, we walked through Alstadt or ...
... to North Korea on Sep 6, 2013. In case they disappear, here's the text:
The Internet, friends and my own reason provided no shortage of thought-provoking criticism. For starters, North Korea is home to numerous concentration camps, a largely malnourished population and a paranoid, hyper-Orwellian regime that consciously deprives hospitals of
electricity to ensure nationalistic monuments are bathed in ample lighting.
The further you look in, the darker ...
... time and was a little bummed but I wasn't staying there alone. So we headed home and I was given a beer by a stranger on the metro ride home, he rewarded me for doing two pull-ups after every stop -- thanks Malte for that bright idea. We got home safe and sound and I passed the hell out. Sunday was a lazy day for both Malte and I. We hung around the house and didnt do a whole hell of a lot. We went outside and shot the basketball around but that was about it, ...
Wednesday 29 August 2012 – Zurich
Today we walked over the river to the city centre to have a wander through the streets. The city is divided into two sections, the old town and the new town. The old town is the most picturesque. It is cobblestone streets with narrow alley ways that are full of interesting little shops. The new town is where the famous Bahnhofstrasse is. It is like the high street and is full ...
... afternoon we drove to Sattelegg - a cute small resort about an hour from Mals place for a late lunch and stroll over a long rope bridge with Elliot.
All is all, a great weekend and we just finished in time as the rain started to kick in for the return journey!
On Monday Travis came over to stay with a friend of his, Katy. We went up for a wine in La Vaud and had a gorgeous sunset before the usual delectable Argentinian steak in Montreux.
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