A visit to Ottolenghis Restaurant And the best dinner with friends
Mersea Island near to Colchester in Essex is an ancient fishermens island and well known for Smugglers. We went there for its second attraction: oysters, fish and chips. Therefore we made a lot of winged friends.
Before going back to our mountain getaway, we made a short stop at Waterville and had some (expensive but) awesome fish&chips from the Butler Arms Hotel. Mjam!
We made a short side trip to Ross Castle builds in the 15th century and situated in very peaceful surroundings where swans and ducks meet lakes and sunsets.
I try to make some pictures of my friends at the party every year. Next time I have to try a different background 🙂
Location: Heidersbacher Mühle – along Elz River direction North – Limbacher Mühle – back on the eastern shore of Erz River direction South to Heidersbacher Mühle / Distance: 5 km / Weather: -1 °C, sunny and frosty / Camera: Nikon D500, 18-105 mm lens
Location: Rehfelde Herrensee – direction Garzau Pyramide – Brandsee – Langer See – Haussee – Garzin – Garzau – Rehfelde / Distance: 19 km / Public Transport: S-Bahn to Hegermühle or Regionalbahn to Rehfelde/Herrensee (1h) / from city center: 35 km / EastWeather: 15 °C, autumn sun / Camera: Nikon D90, 35mm lens
Rosas Haiku of the day: In Stein gemeißelt Das Rund ruht über dem Geviert Zwölf Säulen tragen
The Armenian Alphabet is – after Mount Ararat, the Genocide and Christianity – one of the big contributors to Armenian identity. It was developed by Mesrop Mashtots in 5th century and was probably influenced by the Ethiopian alphabet. Just after its development Mesrop Mashtots founded schools all over Armenia where the new alphabet was taught. Rosas […]