Hotel die Kleine Blume
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While taking a break from traveling I was able to chat with my Mom on a more frequent basis, which she definitely enjoyed. One evening we got to talking and I thought it would be great to get her feedback and thoughts about me traveling. Check out our conversation below...maybe it'll help you break the news to your parents or help you as a parent worry a little less:
Q: What were your thoughts when I first told you I wanted ...
... different from home. Southeast Asia will definitely offer its challenges which I am ready to conquer. I’ll be again traveling solo but I’m sure I’ll make plenty of new travel buddies along the way. I even have a couple friends from home I’ll be meeting up with…maybe I’ll see you there too?!
P.S. Be sure to check out my post “Keep the Parents from Worrying about You Traveling”
Swedish neighbours last night, from the Gothenburg area, with a new motorhome - having done the south of France (25-28 degrees) including the Napoleon Route. Been there, done that, in a car which was enough. Checking out today, the campsite Kommandant with his fancy motorised scooter was laughing as the Swedes had just departed - having paid for the 22 kW of electricity consumed overnight, apparently from underfloor heating, at 60c ...
... the roads; good for us.
Today we played golf at the golf course on the base. The course was fine but I have to say it was a tad chilly this morning; -2C when we woke and rose to a giddy 4C when we started. But it did warm up and we had a nice round in the winter sun.
Tomorrow we head for France for our last stop before we go home.
... Hohe Loog for some time turned around and took another trail where there was a merging of two trails. In another 30 minutes or so I arrived at the Hohe Loog Hütte which is a café that is open three days a week and offers a great view. The route here had provided many glimpses of the increasing fall colors—although still rather muted and not overly bright. There were also many more leaves on the ground along the trail as compared with walks taken shortly after arriving ...