Travel Blogs from Bregenz
... was, I literally couldn't breathe. There were a lot of school children there, because now it's law that German children must go to a concentration camp at some point in their schooling, just one of the ways they're trying to get over what happened.
I then spent the night hanging out with Ellen, and her 2 scottish friends, Ben and Cameron.
I took a train to Ravensburg where a couple friends that I met in Ireland live, Derya and Jessica. ...
... was easy!
Second exercise: flooding and emptying the mask. That was easy!
Third exercise: floating. That was easy!
so actually I started to like diving. The exercises went well and I enjoyed being in the water.
We got to go for a little dive to. But I must admit... Nothing like Bali and it's Nemo fish and sharks and turtles. Turbit water with little plants and small brownish fish that disappear the second you start observing them.
... we've always had some hold up or traffic adding at least an hour AND once off the motorway, 50 is a sensible maximum speed anyway)
200 miles is probably a distance to aim for if you are en route and want to get to a final destination.
We've done 300 miles from Wurzburg to Salzburg but it is a VERY ************g day.
With all of this in mind we made an unplanned stop at Nussdorff, just south of Uberlingen, right on the lakeside.
There was only 1 minor ...
... dress for various occasions. Apologies for the intermittent entries here as the Internet is not connected via WiFi here and I have to go into town to log on and my German does not allow for much conversation at all. It's tough enough for me to identify myself as Australian (not Austrian) let alone negotiate for Internet access. I'll try again tomorrow which we have declared cake day as distinct from beer day (which it's been for the past 4 ...
... Neuschwanstein Schloss Linderhof was finished prior to Ludwig's death so all the rooms are complete and completely over the top. No photos were allowed inside (maybe something to do with the souvenir shop) so I'll concentrate on the Grotto and a few details that I managed to pick up. The first shot of the grotto shows the swan shaped boat that Ludwig was rowed around in when he (and the rower) were the only guests at the Wagnerian operas that he had staged. King ...