Travel Blogs from Bregenz
... get some food around supper time... Watched some German (celebrity) big brother where for some reason, David Hasselhoff is one of the celebrities... he doesn't speak German.
Was super paranoid about being back on time so I rushed back.
Met up with Derya again today where we had a nice conversation over pizza/pasta, and then coffee.
Tonight I go to Frankfurt, where I will catch a plane tomorrow to Italy!
Peace and love
... was easy!
Second exercise: flooding and emptying the mask. That was easy!
Third exercise: floating. That was easy!
so actually I started to like diving. The exercises went well and I enjoyed being in the water.
We got to go for a little dive to. But I must admit... Nothing like Bali and it's Nemo fish and sharks and turtles. Turbit water with little plants and small brownish fish that disappear the second you start observing them.
The very long registration form did give us free bus travel to Uberlingen (and this seems to be quite common) However, we found that it was only a pleasant 40 min walk into town anyway. It is right on the lake and a very pleasant walkabout with views of Switzerland, Austria and Germany (plus you can play "Spot The Zeppelin" on the photos) We had a value for money schnitzel at Zur Tenne, a local “pub” amongst some very posh lakeside houses on the way back to the ...
... dress for various occasions. Apologies for the intermittent entries here as the Internet is not connected via WiFi here and I have to go into town to log on and my German does not allow for much conversation at all. It's tough enough for me to identify myself as Australian (not Austrian) let alone negotiate for Internet access. I'll try again tomorrow which we have declared cake day as distinct from beer day (which it's been for the past 4 ...
... a swan nut (and peacocks) and they adjourn his palace and pop up in the strangest places, if strange is appropriate here, as everything is strange. He modelled the place on Louis XIV, the sun king guy and the palace of Versailles. He even has Louis' motif and motto in gold on the entrance foyer's ceiling. The style is 'rococo' mixed with 'French Boubon' so it's totally over the top. He was a Wagner fanatic and regularly had operas staged for an audience of one. The ...