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Sydney Adventures ending with a sunset at Bondi Beach
In my attempt to start vlogging more often a few days ago I spent the morning and afternoon adventuring around Sydney town, check out my recent vlog below.
day14 – Innsbruck to Oberstdorf to Lindau
Innsbruck, Austria > Oberstdorf, Germay > Lindau, Germany Quite an ironic day really, a friend of mine (Stefan) who now lives in Japan suggested I visit his hometown of Oberstdorf in Germany, lucky for me it was in the same area I wanted to go to today, my only problem, there was a classic Rally
day 12 – Castles, Castles and Sausages ;)
Neuschwanstein Castle by day by night Innsbruck, Austria > Fusen, Germany > Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany I really wanted to get to Zugspitze which is the highest mountain in Germany, its a bit of a theme this trip trying to find the highest points in each country, en route I realised I was
Day 11 – Luzern to Innsbruck via the Grimselpass
Luzern, Switzerland > Grimselpass, Switzerland > Innsbruck, Austria After an amazing day in Grindelwald I was excited to be heading to Innsbruck, I planned 4 nights there which meant I had 3 full days to explore the area.
VIDEO: Interlaken Fighter Jets
In my previous behind vm entry on Interlaken and Grindelwald I mentioned the fighter jets I spotted over Interlaken, well here is the little video showing their takeoffs.
Day 10 – Luzern to Grindelwald – Fighter Jets, Cows and views to die for
Steinerberg, Switzerland > Luzern, Switzerland > Brienzwiler, Switzerland > Interlaken, Switzerland > Grindelwald, Switzerland Next stop Steinerberg, Switzerland. I arrived fairly late in to Steinerberg, Steinerberg is on a lake about 40km east of Luzern, I picked the area for its central location
the end of an epic rally year with arc, erc and wrc, alot of c’s :)
As the sun sets somewhere in the world, it brings to a close my epic rally (ARC, ERC and WRC) adventures for 2014, l will say now that not only do I feel a changed person I also feel my life is now enriched with dozens of new memories, new friends and lifelong experiences. I feel I learned
Rome to Sydney
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but you can see it in a day.
Day 36 – Arezzo to Rome with just a little bit of Tuscany
Tuscany to Rome, ohh Tuscany
Day 35 – Rabbi to Arezzo
A long day in the Tyrol region ending back in Tuscany
Day 34 – downhill to Innsbruck
Cows, Snow and the Winter Olympics
Day 34 – The Hills are alive with the Sounds of Music. And there was SNOW!!!!!
The Sounds of MusicThe Hills are alive with the Sounds of Music.