Alsatian Adventure

Alsatian Adventure

The Alsace region, home to almost 2 million French people on the German border, has changed hands quite a few times over it’s history. The original language in the area, Alsatian, is more similar to German than French but because of a push for French from higher up it is unfortunately fading away.

In Mexico, and other parts of Latin America, when you get to a junction in a big city it?s common to see people trying to make money. They juggle, wash cars, sell things or provide some other

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Starting in Germany

Starting in Germany

My wiggle through Germany started by bouncing into Aachen, a city that was heavily hit in World War 2. It would be a consistent theme through my time in Germany, but Aachen did a good job of showing it with old shells of buildings being retained and used as part of the new constructions. I was only there shortly, arriving on Saturday afternoon and leaving Sunday morning, but staying with my Warmshowers hosts, Bernd & Sabine, meant that it wasn?t until almost noon that I left. Sunday

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