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After another lovely breakfast with typical German breads - Christian, Craig and I went on a countryside bike ride. This was cool. We felt like typical Europeans riding the 'sit up properly bikes with baskets'. We discovered many lanes and country homesteads. What we have noticed is people that live here are very house proud and have tidy colourful gardens, and the houses are large but look quaint at the same time. We cycled to the lakes and ...
Another fancy breakfast today compliments of the Asmis family. Christian kindly drove Birthe Andreas and I to the Paderborn market. This was in the area we visited on Thursday. As it was a fine day it was a lot busier - I bought vegetables and flowers and fish for tea. Plenty of produce for sale as well as plenty of bread and bakery items. Christian and Birthe saw people they knew and spoke to. We walked past the family goldsmith jewellery store where ...
... the castle is used as a youth hostel and museum of the Paderborn area and museum of how the castle was used during the war. We were fortunate enough to be in the castle when we heard what sounded like angels singing so we raced back down the spiral stairs of the castle tower and found around 25 children singing - it was just magic - they were a group of children aged between 7-12 years of age staying at the castle and were a choir ...
Hallo from Germany. Arrived safely in Frankfurt and had a lovely welcome by Birthe and her Dad Christain. They left Paderborn at 2:30am to drive all the way to greet us and pick us up at 6am. We then had a 3 hour drive to Scharmede where Birthe's mum and dad live. The drive as interesting, firstly we on the wrong side of the road but the speed limit at times on the autobahn had no speed limit! Not being use ...
... fever had gripped our
class. Soon after we put on our own version of the show based on the
famous Robert Browning poem and I was cast as Narrator 1. And that is
where it all began. Something else also began that day.... a
fascination with the weird and unusual. The story of the small German
town is based on a half forgotten legend of 130 children who
disappeared following the arrival of a stranger in Hamelin in July