Appartement Hotel Seerose
Travel Blogs from Immenstaad
... 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
... br> Getting the fins on seemed easier and I felt a bit less locked up in the wetsuit.
More exercises: Taking the lead off, putting it back on. Taking the **********, putting it back on (ever tried with gloves?! that was tough!). Taking the mask off, putting it back on.
I really enjoyed this time! And we even got lots of time - well, must have been at least 10 minutes - to just enjoy the dive.
As it was raining that day, the water was even ...
... that, despite having the Austrian motorway vignette (about 16€ for the 10 days?) there was still a toll for the Arlberg (I think) tunnel. This makes the Tyne Tunnel look decidedly twee as it was around 13 km long!
We've also agreed that the Austrian/German motorway services are generally quite crowded unless you’re desperate so we actually use the rest areas which are much less used and may have toilets or not (not that it matters because we simply make a cup of tea and ...
... and cold and mozzies and occasional Eurobogans in campgrounds ( fortunately much rarer than the Ozbogans endemic in Australian camps), he eats most things and never gets sick. He loves swimming ( and the fluoro floaties that Lou got him when we realised how nice swimming in the Rhine is), and isn't getting fat on all the Ice cream and other inducements that we expected to have to offer him as payment for excess time on the Chariot. He's just loving it all, bless ...
... shifty look. So...to Croatia it is, via switzerland... and Italy. Trip update. We spent a wonderful few weeks around Normandy, discovering yet more war history including a moving visit to Tom's grandfathers grave. Merthyn Roose sailed over from the UK to liberate France just 3 weeks after his second child was born (Toms mum was 3 years old). He died in battle aged 24 and is buried in a war cemetery in Ranville, Normandy. There has ...