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Dear Germany, What???? Wie???? Are you trying to prevent gender-related scandals? I’m glad to see you’re sticking with the scarves though. Eure, H.H.
The opening ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics is tonight, and I couldn’t be more excited. I have had a love/hate relationship with Olympics my whole life. As a kid, I loved the interesting [to me] events, like gymnastics, figure … Continue reading
While in Germany, I tried to read either novels in German, or books about people who were traveling or spending time in another country. These people have experienced what I have. If you are living or moving abroad, I recommend … Continue reading
I have been wanting to write this post all year. Before I die, I would like to contribute to calling attention to German food. German cuisine does not have a great reputation. I can’t say it’s maligned because that would … Continue reading
May is a goldmine of German public holidays. There’s May Day on May 1st, Christi Himmelfahrt, Ascension Day mid-may, and Pfingsten, Pentecost one week after Christi Himmelfahrt. These holidays = days off from work. Pretty groovy, right? What I am … Continue reading