Saturday, May 12, 2007
They make VWs here. The VW factory looks like Battersea power station with all it's legs in a row. If it was a table it would fall over. By contrast Battersea power station looks reassuringly stable.
Of course most of the towns we are visiting were destroyed during the war and have been subsequently rebuilt in the 50s. They are a weird mix of modern and fake old, well laid out and spacious, but perhaps lacking in soul.
A Big Mac tastes the same everywhere in the world, Diet Coke definitely tastes different.
Why do you always crave fast food when you are hungover?
Why do beggars always seem to have dogs these days?
When the Berlin wall came down the Berliners gained lots of open space. They made some nice parks.
Q: What do you do when you need to take your computer to the lobby before doors open in fifteen minutes and an internationally famous popstar is using it?
I left my phone at home, more than anything I miss being able to take pictures. How very 21st century.
Industrial towns look bleak in the rain.
I miss my guitars.
There is something strangely attractive about a shop that sells everything for 1 Euro.
Why does my browser insist in translating sites into the local language of wherever I am?! Just because I am in Germany doesn't mean I can suddenly speak German. Als Entwurf Speichern anyone?
A: Wait patiently whilst growing increasingly anxious.
There are no wolves in Wolfsburg.