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Eastwestexpress or Joontour - both nicks are good
I am open-minded to other cultures, like to get across borders -
and on tour developing myself.
Back home from interesting and nice journey to Ukraina and Poland !
And then I had some accident back home and broke my foot in the end
of January, 2015. Now I´m nearly full fit again after some months
and lucky to get an ambulant Reha training in May. Travelling again
in June I´m now back home.
What I’m doing with my life
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to get some good sense of it and trying to leave a good
I could imagine to live in a warmer country after my pension in
about 9 years, such as South America, South Western USA, South
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
photographing (my favourite hobby),
taking you around my city, as I often have Couchsurfing
following a destination for long time and not to give up
(I am also in sports better for middle or long distance than for
gardening once I got used to local conditions
The first things people usually notice about me
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my eyes and sometimes my smile, often my camera :-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Richard Bach "EinsSein" and "Möwe Jonathan"
Peter Baumann / Erich Spiegelhalter :"Die Erde braucht Freunde"
(Earth needs friends)
Steffen Möller "Vita Classica" (a German living in Poland)
Michael Blake "Der mit dem Wolf tanzt" ("Dancing with the
Allan and Barbara Ease: "Warum Männer nicht zuhören und Frauen
schlecht einparken." ("Why Men Don´t Listen And Women Can´t Read
Beside I like to read any good thriller, some ScienceFiction or
other good novel.
Movies: "Lola rennt" and "Zugvögel" about 10 years ago,
Polnische Ostern (Eastern in Poland), just recently;
other: cabarets and comedy
musik: some soft rock, Irish folk
food: some sweet food as pancakes with fruits and any desserts :-)
, vegetarian food (but not necessary), sometimes also liver or
steak with french fries
The six things I could never do without
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1.) my friends (but they are no "things")
2.) My camera
3.) my bicycle
4.) an interesting book to read during waiting for something or
being out alone
5.) my computer to me connected with the world and to work on my
6.) some nature around me and a friendly cat (but also no "thing")
in the neighbourhood
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
politics for a better world (capitalism is going to become another
stupid ideology - and of course, nationalism, communism or fanatic
religions are no ways).
There is something greater than human beings, like a "Wise Spirit",
but I can´t get around with traditional religions, which seem more
to follow more their leaders power and richness than the wellness
of mankind and other beings
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
at some speech at Frankfurt observatory ("Physikalischer Verein")
from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., later having some dinner at some of the pubs
at Bockenheim or
going to the cinema, especially some open-air around or
on a bicycle tour around (in summer) or
on tour to meet friends or Couchsurfing guests
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