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The Strand - Supposedly the greatest antiquarian bookstore of the
world, founded in 1927, nowadays storing eighteen miles of books.
Statue of Liberty, New York
Southside Manhattan Skyline
Jersey City Skyline
Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan, New York
Greenwich Village, New York
Water Tanks for Sprinkler Systems in Midtown New York
The Great Lawn, Central Park, New York
Donna Karan, New York, Houston Street West w/ Broadway
In 2002 I spent March and April in Santiago de Chile for a short-time trainee- ship in the Non Governmental Organization Centro de Estudios Ciudadanos. Contrary to all my expectations I was requested to start a short research about the necessities and interests of capacities in Mapuche women in the metropolitan area of Santiago. In […]
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“Cultural Rallye for Oldies and Youngtimers from the Allgäu to the Orient” !
Start: Oberstaufen, Germany. Destination: Amman, Jordan(ia).
1) Vehicles of twenty years and older.
2) Vehicles of 2.000 Euros and less.
3) Vehicles stay in Jordan(ia) for the good cause or will be scrapped along the route.
4) Entry fee is 111,11 Euros.
5) Nights are spent in tents […]
Meanwhile a sincere friend of mine has started his own blog called Traveling Asia. His story is quite interesting. About three years ago he decided to leave everything behind, fed up with his work and his living in Boston, USA. He decided to reorganize his life in three phases.
First, according to his motto “The […]
After one month travel(l)ing Alberta and British Columbia, Canada, and a very few days of re-organization, I headed to Toronto right before starting the first part of my doctoral field research in Honduras. I simply had to take this opportunity to finally visit some old friends again, once met about nine years ago in a […]