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Leonie and I

Having arrived from Australia life in Europe became a wedding marathon - so Yuki and me, we saw a lot within one month. Stop. Step by step:

The first week in Munich was rather slow and less sensational as it really took a whole week to get over the jetlag.

After that we were able to look around in Munich a little bit before we went on our way to Berlin for the two main reasons: first to finally meet my niece Leonie who was born in November last year while I was in Australia, and second ...

wedding: Tibor and Claudia

... to enjoy my brother´s wedding. Claudia and Tibor and Leonie: All the best!

Wedding: Tibor and Claudia

Now here we go (from left to right): Yuki, me (wow, that´s my very first suit), Tibor with Leonie, Claudia, and my parents Helga and Jürgen.

Yuki in Berlin

It was also a great chance for Yuki to see a little bit of Berlin. The weather was still beautiful and (as a training for the wedding party) we joined the couple to have some walz lessons. How can people dance it without getting sick I wonder? Two turns and I need something solid to grasp.

We stayed in Berlin for one week and were then hurrying to the next marriage. This time an Italian version.

Wedding: Shima and Andrea in Montecatini Terme

This is the town hall of Montecatini Terme, a beautiful smaller town close to Firenze.

Wedding: Shima and Andrea in Montecatini Terme

Just married are Shima and Andrea.

Montecatini Terme

It´s really worth to relax in this cosy Toscana town. However, the couple decided to leave for Vietnam just the week after the marriage. And that´s not a honeymoon, they´ll stay there for three years.

Yuki in Firenze (Florence)

We used one day to see Firenze - unfortunately it was a Sunday and the city happened to be completely dead.

Firenze (Florence)

Not that we were missing the (other) tourists but there wasn´t even a nice café to go to. However, it´s beautiful anyway, isn´t it?

Munich: Barrel Organ Player on the Street

Four days later we went back to Munich where I found a little bit of time to finally meet some friends. But the next journey was already waiting.

Yuki at Castle Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austr

As Andreas, a fellow student, and I will make a CD-Rom for Amnesty International Austria this semester we went to Vienna for the briefing. This is Yuki who took the chance and joined us. In the background you see the park of the palace "Schloß Schönbrunn".

Yuki in Munich

After this short trip (three days only) we could stay over in Munich again for a short time before I moved some stuff to Dornbirn, Austria, where I still have two semesters left to study. Two days later, and approximately six weeks after our arrival from Australia Yuki left to Japan for about half a year and will come back in March. Her route was Melbourne - Singapore - Frankfurt - Munich - Berlin - Munich - Montecatini Terme - Florence - Munich - Vienna - Munich - Dornbirn - Munich - Amsterdam - Narita - Tokyo. That´s seven countries in six weeks - but she already sounds recovered.

I am back in Dornbirn now, with a new address (easy to find: stay on the main road through Dornbirn and look for the »Café Danner«, that´s my house and you´ll find me in the first floor):

Anatol Bogun
Hatlerstraße 24/I
A-6850 Dornbirn

phone: +43 . (0)5572 . 38 68 34

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