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Having made it through yesterday's hangover, we made it out of bed and had a small breakfast before meeting the Wenham family to say farewell this morning. Left Jihlava at about 10 and had the slowest drive ever over to Germany! Very small rural roads through czech villages, loads of slow trucks and some very frustrating road blocks meant ...
... the campground on Sunday, we bid them farewell, but saw the again as they bicycled through Markt Winzer as we stepped out on the street walking to a restaurant. The second time we met them was on Monday as we were leaving St. Stevens Cathedral in Passau. Each time they greeted us like old friends and we exchanged further wishes for a good trip.
Knowing that these moments will occur throughout the trip, I have to admit that I no longer have that "sinking feeling!"
... if I can maintain this speed all the way then I will be at my
destination in no time but sadly that was not to be. as I got closer to Munich
the traffic got worse. Then it was at a standstill and I began to fight my way
through the traffic! For about 10 to 15 miles it was a total grid of cars and
trucks. I'm not sure if bikes are allowed to work their way through the traffic
between the lanes there in Germany but no ways was I sitting in that grid of
... en aan de andere kant wordt er vrolijk naar mij geroepen en gezwaaid in het Duits. Al deze mensen zijn oude bekenden geworden want zij reizen al een hele tijd met mij mee. Soms zijn we elkaar een paar dagen kwijt en dan zien we elkaar ineens weer terug op een of ander terras, of op een camping zoals vandaag. Zo zijn er nog een paar mensen die dezelfde tocht maken maar zij hebben waarschijnlijk voor deze nacht een droger plekje ...
Jan and his girlfriend kindly drove me to the railway station this morning (again, in the nick of time!), where I caught a train to Munich, then a crowded train (with crowds from Oktoberfest) to Plattling, and finally a small train to Deggendorf, arriving at 4.16pm. I had not received confirmation from Philipp that he would be meeting the train, so was not surprised when he was nowhere to be seen. I tried contacting him by ...