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... und zurueck fahren usw.
Kerry bringt mich also da hin und ich ziehe sofort ein.
Den Tag danach faengt die Arbeit schon an.
Ich freueee mich sooooooooooooo.
Jetzt muss ich langsam anfangen zu packen. ich darf nur 20kg mitnehmen, dh: packen wird lange dauern, weil ich mich nicht entscheiden werden kann, was ich hier lassen koennte.
Bye bye Germany, bis in 5.5 Monaten.
Ich melde mich aus Kapstadt.
Hab euch lieb. Lisa
... wet, the coffee shop at Rentelin was a wonderful refuge. The cakes and hot chocolate boosted our enthusiasm (as did standing under the hot air hand dryer in the bathroom for 10 minutes).
We set off and detoured inland, shortening our trip by about 20km. The trade off was a long uphill ride but we get to ride through forests which are a change of scenery from the usual riverside path).
Half way along the detour we stopped for lunch by ...
... empty otherwise.
We were getting to know a few of the other riders doing the whole Weser trail to Bremen or even to Cuxhaven on the North Sea, They are often older couples, but also a number of women doing the tour on their own. It was nice to have a chat with a few of these riders on our rest stops.
Today with the wind we managed to ride only 17km before the lure of an isolated little riverside cafe at Reileifen stopped us. We watched a group of ...
... built by Protestant Huguenots persecuted in France were given refuge in Lower Saxony in 1685. German mercenaries left from here to fight in the American Civil War for the British.
The valley opens out becoming a "more valley-like" valley according to Michael. We pass by farms with Corn and Wheat fields.
As the afternoon warmed up we enjoyed a refreshing swim in a lake formed in one of the sandmine pits close to the river. The water was ...
... We didn't have great weather while we were there unfortunately, so we didn't get to see a lot of the surrounding area. We spent most of our time exploring the cobbled laneways and wonky, several-hundred-year-old buildings of the Altstadt. I was keen to see the Pied Piper glockenspiel, which chimes 3 times per day and plays a little scene with Pied Piper figures, but we kept missing it. Oh well, it's on YouTube ...