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The Allianz Arena atmosphere: Bayern Munich vs Hertha Berlin

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to visit the wonderful city of Munich to enjoy the delights of Oktoberfest for the third time.


Munich’s golden path marks the brave souls who resisted Hitler

Down the middle of a small side street in the centre of Munich runs a small trail of gold.


Waiting for Matthew: In the crosshairs of a hurricane

Recently I listened to a BBC report from John Sweeney on the horrendous situation in Syria.


Budapest: Mixing exercise and beer

Spectacular architecture, beautiful churches, a long and vivid history, and running through it all the winding Danube dividing Buda and Pest.


Hereford – The farmers who got paid in cider…

Every now and again you learn something new which changes your whole outlook on life.


New York – Emulating Red Barclay at Carnegie Deli

There is an episode of the Simpsons where Homer challenges trucker Red Barclay to a meat eating contest.


New York – Picturing Times Square

New York’s Times Square is a neon illuminated, commerce inspired self-advertisement.


New York – Taking ‘time out’ at the basketball

Warning: If you are a fan of basketball or American sport in general you may wish to approach this post with caution.


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