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... designed to lynch your limbs one at a time. The mini barrel for instance.
The term "mini" could lure a person into thinking this was more of a preparatory drop, like when we say "mini vault" at gymnastics when referring to the soft, squishy blocks that can be assembled to varying heights for the 4 - 8 year olds. Or the mini roll, Cadbury's chocolate log because it's small and inoffensive. With the mini barrel however, it's clear that whoever named it thoughtfully ...
... to be fighting a losing battle, and watching Garfield the movie. Meanwhile Lyndon, Mali and I had a lovely Thai meal which is a real treat for us over here as we have to stay away from Thai when eating out because of Lil’s nut allergy. It was quite special to spend our last night eating out with Mali as that is also how we spent our first night with her back in Albury all those months ago. The kids were at gymnastics and we had no idea what to feed this new member of ...
... to a town the size of Albury!
Then it was home for a family dinner where Annette and Franz were head chefs. Dinner was quite a process though so we had plenty of time for a friendly game of ‘round the table’ table tennis where everyone had a bat and we had to run around the table taking turns for the ‘next shot’. I’m not sure if the championship was Australians against Germans, men against women, adults against children …. any way we ...
... is the only location where motorcycles
are built, nothing else is produced with the exception of a separate building
where 24.000 disk brakes per day (for all BMW cars and bikes) are manufactured.
About 2000 persons are employed at this location, producing
around 600 motorcycles each and every day- the most popular models being the
R1200RT and the R1200GS.
When you enter the
factory you arrive at ...
... stage half of Hamburg was actually part of Denmark (there is a statue in the red light district – yes another red light district – they all seem to have one) that marks the division between Germany and Denmark.
We stopped off at a festival along the lake (or was it the River Elbe? Not sure) and there got talking to a young Hamburgian lad serving beer who had spent time travelling around ...