This weekend we made a short trip to the baltic sea to visit my sister. who is currently working on board of a cruising ship. We have only 2 or 3 opportunities to see her per year, so it was a highlight to finally see her work space.
The kids were very excited and managed the long drive well. The weather was on our side: a beautiful fog laid over the landscape all the time and let the sun shine through.
The ship was very impressive not only for the children. It’s one thing to see something like this on photos and another to see it in person!
On the way back we could enjoy the beautiful hilly landscape of north-eastern Germany. A landscape which I love so much and are so grateful to live in. Hills, rivers, avenues, winds and sunshine. Did you know my part of Germany is known for the amount of incredibly beautiful avenues (I hope I picked the right word- it’s roads lined with trees)? We have a lot of poplar avenuesaround the rural areas and around the old villages which history roots in the middleages there are a lot of oak avenues.