Tag Archives: Hamburg
I am shy and mysterious – when I say my goodbyes…
When I part with the ones I’ve come to love throughout my life;
when the times are miraculous, when I stop to think twice…
If you are doing this right, that means – playing the song above while you read this, paying attention to the lyrics and everything, you probably know what this means. And I could say as well that it was all this walking so far, nothing but hiss and overdrive. ... [read more]
Been a long time since the previous World Photo Tour update and I am actually in Aalborg now, but here are the happenings from Hamburg to Flensburg, through Kiel, with the rest up until Aalborg to follow in a soon-to-be-published next article, so we’ll jump straight to it, ending the West-Germany chapter of my walk. By now you probably know the drill – inner thoughts first, stories and photos to go.
So – a bit of myself on this ... [read more]
The world’s largest port festival ended in Hamburg last night. The 823rd birthday celebration of the harbour was topped-up with an impressive fireworks display, at the end of a celebration attended by roughly 300 ships and 1.5 million tourists from all over Germany and abroad. Just some of the photos now, the rest, from the day-parties, will follow in the next walking episode.
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Chapter 17 on my walk around the world. From Bremen to Hamburg, not necessarily a smooth walk. After leaving the people at Jacobs University in Bremen behind, I continued my route towards Denmark, having a rest in Hamburg. No more tendon pain. A lot of rain. Debit card blocked. But an amazing Hamburg. All good fun!
Until I get into the story I have to say this, together with a tune for this post. Four things I just happened to ... [read more]