Germany Is Not Sexy and They Know It

Continued The Road to Hanover After staying in Braunschweig for a few days, I started hitchhiking to Hanover. That was a sunny morning and I did sufficient research about where to stand and what to expect. I found a perfect spot near a tram stop and started hitchhiking. For two hours, people passed by, with... Continue Reading →

The Afghan Refugees in Pakistan

Continued Hitchhiking in the Most Dangerous Part of Pakistan The German countryside air was getting from chilly to cold. Everybody went to pick up jackets and gather more firewood, Nina played the German hitchhiking song again and we sang along. Even after years, I would still remember the glowing faces of those lovely people, remember... Continue Reading →

The Professional Dumpster Diver

Continued Dumpster Diving & Table Diving The next morning, I was awakened by the noise of construction downstairs at 7 AM in the living room. We went for dumpster diving at noon. When we arrived in the first site, there were already another person rummaging through the garbage container. The garbage container, or dumpster was at... Continue Reading →

From Szczecin to Berlin

Continued The Craziest Place in the Balkans I reached Szczecin in the early evening and the rain stopped there. In many western countries, people have this opinion about Poland that it is not developed and there is still much communist hangover. However, this picture is not completely true. As Poland joined EU in 2014, loads... Continue Reading →

When Berlin Did Not Want Me to Leave

Continued The Nightmare to Exit Berlin I stayed first in the place of Vicky's friend, a Swiss dude living in Berlin. He quit his job not long ago and was then working on a coffee-related entrepreneurship project. He went to Colombia to research on coffee farms there. He was a cool dude and cooked lovely... Continue Reading →

The Most Ungerman City in Germany

Continued Martin and the German Speed The two German teachers who hosted us in their house drove us to a gas station on the way to Osnabruck. We thanks them again and again. Now we were back on the road again, with new adventures ahead. OK, compared to hitchhiking in Pakistan or Eastern Africa, hitchhiking... Continue Reading →

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