Mein Deutschland – 8. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany – 1. Welfare OfficePart 8 Good Germans never go to the welfare office, because they work ‘good and tidy‘ as do cleaning ladies or hairdressers e.g. But with respect, who despite of a 40-hour-week (often more) can’t even pay a shitty apartment from their ‘good and tidy‘ work and they…

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Our furniture after years of warehousing

Mein Deutschland – 7. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany – The good Germans …? Part 7 We first stayed with our parents in-law, as we had given up the apartment three years ago. There is hardly any home to pay from most salaries in the ‚Newest Germany 2.0′, let alone to keep these three years unused. Of course, we…

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Der Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Mein Doitschland – 6. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany – Back? Yes, but … home? Part 6 We only knew the refugee crisis by the news and from abroad, where the eternal (glued to the chair of command) ‚Mutti‘ (Chancler Merkel nick-named ‘Mother‘ in the meaning of: matron) had been given the title ‚Mother of All Believers‘ and it…

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Waterproof bags from Ortlieb

Mein Doitschland – 5. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany (My Deutschland) – Major e longinquo reverentia!* Part 5 (*From afar everything is lovely!) All this we wanted to enjoy as well and arrived back in the New Görmany in March 2016 in order to attend this international party. Why going abroad when you can everything in Cockayne! The 1,000…

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Ko Samui, die zweitgrößte thailändische Insel. / Ko Samui, the second largest Thai island.

Mein Doitschland – 4. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany (My Deutschland) – Major e longinquo reverentia!* Part 4 (*From afar everything is lovely!) A whiff of freedom is in the air; which evolved to a real hurricane by the masses of border jumpers who migrated to the suspected land of milk and honey, where everybody gets a free house,…

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Driving dealer on Bali, a typical road business.

Mein Doitschland – 3. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany (My Deutschland) – Major e longinquo reverentia!* Part 3 (*From afar everything is lovely!) It seems, that now even we Görmans can live in tranquility and peace in Görmany and arrange our life by our own, without the penetrant nannying of the mob in Berlin. We just wondered, who put…

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Irgendwo im Nirgendwo ereilte uns die Nachricht von der Aufhebung der Gesetze in Doitschland und Europa.

Mein Doitschland – 2. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany (Deutschland) – Major e longinquo reverentia!* Part 2 (*From afar everything is lovely!) Some when, somewhere in nowhere of the world we learnt that “the eternal recurrence” (Nietzsche) of “Mother of all Germans” (nickname of Chancler Merkel, Der Spiegel) evolved to the “Mother of all Believers” (Al Jazeera) and Nobel…

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DIES SIND (MEINE) DOITSCHEN GESCHICHTEN

Mein Doitschland – 1. Teil

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen „Mein Doitschland“ Blog ➤ My Germany (Mein Doitschland) – Major e longinquo reverentia!* Part 1 (*From afar everything is lovely!) Three and a half years ago Katrin and I fled from the stately ordered sunshine and the “country of milk and honey” (all EU-conform of course) because we were afraid to develop webbings of hands and…

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German wursts and bread to bite.

Last Day – End of Story

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Blood, Sweat and Beers lots of it! Knocked up I woke up. Did I sleep? I dunno. Like having been drinking all night I scrolled through the weather report on my smart phone. I really wanna stay another day. But then I saw the tempest-tossed front closing in this afternoon and that…

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“The church of Feast of immaculate Conception”

Almost done!

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 29 I had a nice flat for a great price in a perfect home and even got a welcome drink. Usual they don’t take people in only for one night but this time when they see me in blood sweat and almost „tears“ … I could refresh, patch my several wounds…

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