Slow road to Cyprus – What was the funniest moment?

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Alf (Photo credit: momono)

Reflecting back on our seven weeks road and sea trip from Bath, UK to Cyprus, most things went pretty well.

Probably, the funniest moment was May 1 in Frankfurt, Germany. Even the Germans,  who are known for their restrained sense of humor were all smiling at Alf’s experience. Neither of us speak much German but Alf decided to try a local specialty for dinner.

Marilyn received an excellent steak but Alf got what he’d ordered:

Green sauce with boiled potatoes and hard-boiled eggs!

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7 Responses to Slow road to Cyprus – What was the funniest moment?

  1. Pit says:

    Hi Alf,
    I’ve never heard of THAT dish, but then, I was born and raised north of the “Weisswurst-Aequator”, aka the River Main. 😉 And how did you like your dish? You apparently survived it. 😉
    Best regards from southern Texas,
    Pit

    • dralfoldman says:

      Hi Pit,

      Thanks! I enjoyed it but shall probably not choose it again, next time I’m in Frankfurt 🙂

      Am leaving for the Orient shortly, so my blogs might take on a different slant!

      Best regards

      Alf

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  6. dralfoldman says:

    Reblogged this on Dr Alf's Blog and commented:

    Looking back over some of our most popular travel blogs, I think this is worth a read

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