Monthly Archives: June 2011

My “old” Dad

My parents are quiet young, I know that. Me being nearly 25 and my brother turning 28 in August, our parents are supposed to be 55 or something, compared with friend’s parents. But they aren’t. Actually, my Dad only turned … Continue reading

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The Transporter

Last Wednesday, I had an unanswered call from a swiss number on my phone. Usually I’d just wait for the person to call again, but I was in a good mood, so I called back. A girl answered the phone, … Continue reading

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Eric

Trisha, who spent 2 years in Vienna, became a good friend just before she was leaving for the U.S. again. At some point at the beginning of this year, she contacted me, asking if I could help one of her … Continue reading

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GeoCaching runs in the family …

My brother and I are pretty alike. We like the same movies, books, and music. Now after Georg had introduced me to GeoCaching, and we first visited my parents together, we of course checked if there were any Caches in … Continue reading

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Vienna Calling Retrospect: Day 6

For the last day, Sunday, there was no BBQ planned. A group of around 20 CouchSurfers met at Rosa Lila Villa to have brunch, and there was a meeting at MuseumsQuartier set for the early afternoon. It should be a … Continue reading

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Vienna Calling Retrospect: Day 5

Saturday. We spent most of the time at the Base, enjoying the sunshine and having a good time with old and new friends. There was a badminton tournament going on, and various workshops (as the days before), and some people … Continue reading

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Vienna Calling Retrospect: Day 4

Friday. This was MY big day. Once again, I would guide a group of CouchSurfers over the central cemetery of Vienna (Zentralfriedhof). Last year’s tour had about 30 people attending, which was so far the biggest group I had to … Continue reading

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