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Beer, Würst & Camper-trucks

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Europe’s largest overlanding exhibition is the Abenteuer Allrad Show held in Bad Kissingen, Germany over 4 days in June every year. This is where we first came in 2012 to choose a builder for ‘the Truck’ (the vehicle currently known…
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In the middle of the world

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< ?xml version="1.0"?> Before we fly home to Germany we stay a few days in Cuenca to recover from stresses and strains of the last days which were not just uneventfully with a few days staying in a hospital and an armed robbery…
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Valdivia, Chile

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Still staying in the Lake District, we head west to the coast and plan to stop at Valdivia for a day or two. This part of Chile was settled by German immigrants, among other people, and that influence shows in…
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White Cliffs of Dover..

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I’ve enjoyed being the epitome of the lazy tourist for a few weeks, the consequence being that I’m behind with our blog! Now I know a lot of you out there are keen on reading about the more difficult to…
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D – Alltag im Black Forest

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  unterwegs im schönen Schwarzwald Kati: Zugegeben, der letzte Blog scheint schon eine kleine Ewigkeit her zu sein. Mit unserem guten Vorsatz den Blog am Laufen zu halten sind wir in den letzten Monaten etwas nachlässig umgegangen. Aber Dank dem…
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09/11/2013 – 69 days/9188 miles

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Although three nights in Berlin allowed me to see a lot of new things, I could’ve easily stayed a lot longer. I don’t get as excited about seeing new cities as most people do, but there’s something different about Berlin…I’m…
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First Impressions: Touratech Suspension

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In late July, our friends and sponsors at Touratech USA set up an opportunity for us to meet the crew at Touratech HQ in Niedereschach, Germany while getting a huge upgrade to our stock suspension on both our bikes. My…
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Obensdorf snow caves

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We spent a few days here at Obensdorf in Germany around the snow caves. classic place, stunningly beautiful. Really under estimates! Lovely village feels, lots to do, and retail wine for Euro 1.34 / bottle. what a christmas we had!…
This large outdoor Christmas Pyramid is wind powered.

Seiffen, Germany 6-13

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  As we headed southwest, we saw a slight detour that would bring us to the town of Seiffen. The earliest record of the town is from 1324. It sits in the heart of the Erzgebirge, or the Ore Mountains,…
Weisseritztal was rather an ordinary German town that happened to have an interesting train running through it.

Weisseritztalbahn, Germany 6-13

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  The excitement of the weekly market had disappeared as fast as it had appeared. Getting a leisurely start in the morning, Monika said, “Let’s go to Freital-Heinsberg”. I said “Gesundheit”. No, she said, “It’s the town with the Weisseritztalbahn.”…
A quiet camp in the park. No one around.

Dresden, Germany #3 6-13

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Spending our last day in Dresden, against Gary’s better judgment, we even attended a modern ballet in the beautiful Semperoper. It was, –huh,–interesting. Strolling back to our camp in the park it was still light enough to sit outside and…
We found the perfect camping spot in a beautiful park nearby, (€3 for 24 hours).

Dresden, Germany #2 6-13

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Having seen the Volkswagen Transparent Factory, we found the perfect camping spot in a beautiful park nearby (€3 for 24 hours). The tram station was close but we walked into town and immediately were impressed by all the beautiful old…
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D – Back in Life

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europa Besuch in der alten Heimat Wir wollen unseren Blog natürlich nicht abrupt enden lassen nur weil wir jetzt wieder „daheim“ sind. Wir werden auch weiterhin mehr oder minder regelmäßig berichten, wenn es was zu berichten gibt. Wichtig ist uns…
The Volkswagen Transparent Factory is quite impressive but it’s not really a factory.

Dresden, Germany #1 6-13

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  Getting an early start from Rosberg, we headed slightly out of our way to the 18th century Saxon capital of Dresden, famous throughout Europe as “The Florence of the North”. Our primary goal was to visit The Volkswagen Transparent…

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