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... on the silks with my partner. We spent the first six weeks attempting to make my descent from the top look less like a dinosaur hatching out of an egg (his eloquent words, not mine) and more like a beautiful goddess emerging from the clouds. Of course, that mission was just barely accomplished and performed a measly two times before they realised the safety certificate on the aerials had expired a month previously and it could be a good idea to oh, say stop climbing ...
... in gold …. I think there was a girl involved in this act as well but I can’t be sure (neither can Mali I might add!), a woman who hula hooped about a million and one hula hoops on her arms, legs neck, knees …. you name it she had them swinging from it, and the act that Lyndon and I liked the best was a Japanese woman who started with a single feather and very carefully added one palm frond after another to balance the feather, so the feather got further ...
In what seemed like no time at all it was time to pick Mali up, so Lyndon and I headed off, on the way home getting Mali to show us a few of the local haunts such as her hockey grounds. It ended up being a very funny trip as Mali kept getting us lost, even turning us into a street that was very quickly a dead-end. The excuse was that she is usually on a bike and it all looks different when directing in a car but we were having none of that. Clearly she is just much ...
... our plans for the second walking tour that starts at 14:00. We need to eat and then get to the Hard Rock Café, about a mile away; the meeting place for walking tour number two.
We decided to take our time and have some lunch, visit St Michaelis church then head over in the direction of St Pauli, taking in some recommended sights on the way.
The 132.1 meter high Baroque spire is totally covered with copper and a prominent feature of Hamburg’s skyline. I ...
South of the town centre is Hamburg's historic wharf area from its old trading days. This goes back to the Hanseatic days when it was an important trading town.
Similar to the wharfs in Trondheim Norway, the buildings tightly pressed ...