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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Apparently I’m not the only one who recently started a blog: I just discovered that David Bomba, who runs tours in Denmark, is also in the blogging business now. “Wow”, you might think, “he runs tours covering an entire country??” … Continue reading
A few days after the Japan earthquake hit, a link to a blog giving background information on the Fukushima I reactors was circulated on facebook. It originally appeared on this page (with the interesting title “Why I am not worried … Continue reading
Seeing as I just gave you a bit of an introduction to Germany in my previous post, I thought I should quickly add something I came across today: the “At-a-glance guide to Germany: Sausages, sexual confidence and surprisingly good hip-hop“, … Continue reading
One of the more positive side effects of events such as the Japan earthquake (or the Tunisia/Egypt/Lybia uprisings – yes, that’s still going on too…) is that suddenly the whole world discusses the same topics. Which makes it very easy … Continue reading
[* A semi-pun in GermanEnglish meaning “No nuclear electricity in my home”.] Although I really didn’t think I’d be blogging on a daily basis right now, I do feel that I can’t just leave the current situation uncommented… To sum things … Continue reading
Finally it’s getting warmer again, and personally, this is one of my favourite times of the year – it’s certainly up there with summer, autumn and winter…! So just to get things started (with this blog), here’s a very small … Continue reading