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Notes from Krumhörn: The Daje

Nicole Frischlich

Nicole Frischlich was born and raised in the region of the German Ruhr area. She began her first professional steps in the travel and tourism industry, before she was 30 years old, starting her own business. Photography has accompanied her throughout her entire life, as well as writing poetry and stories - preferably in combined form. Since 2018 she has lived in a small dwelling mound village on the North Sea coast and works as a freelance journalist for the Emder Zeitung alongside her commercial work (Giclee printing).
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Since this year the visitors of the fishing village Greetsiel can enjoy a costume guided tour that catapults them through history.

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A Journey to Oman

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As editors behind PonderingTime we work for you to provide an interesting and informative online magazine. Each month, we put together a focus topic, but in addition, you will find in the time in between always the latest articles on our site.
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For many people the Oman is like the land of 1001 and one night. So accompany us on a short trip to the country in the south of the Arabian Peninsula.

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Photo gallery: Carnival in Venice

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As editors behind PonderingTime we work for you to provide an interesting and informative online magazine. Each month, we put together a focus topic, but in addition, you will find in the time in between always the latest articles on our site.
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What once began as a refugee settlement on wooden piles now has a worldwide sound of uniqueness and beauty. Venice.

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National Park of Colombia Serranía de Chiribiquete

Enrique Rodríguez Andrade

Enrique RODRÍGUEZ ANDRADE was born in December 1949 in Bogotá. He studied, mainly at the Colegio Andino, Antiguo Colegio Alemán until 1966 and graduated with a bachelor's degree from Colegio San Carlos de Bogotá in 1969 (Benedictine Fathers of North Dakota). He took Business Administration at the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano de Bogotá, 1974 and specialized in International Banking & Finance at the Ibero Amerika Bank AG in Bremen, then 1976/1977, Federal Republic of Germany. He worked mainly in the Financial sector, Banco Cafetero y Serfinansa S.A. and in the Colombian Coffee Exporter trade, having belonged, among other boards, to the Board of Directors of the Colombian Coffee Exporters Association. He also worked for some years as Regional Controller of Compañía de Seguros La Previsora S.A. based in Bogotá. For more than 10 years he worked for the mining company Drummond Ltd., Colombia, where he retired in 2011, when he was Financial & Administrative Manager of the Company, reporting directly to its president. Since then he has retired to the department of Casanare, where he has dedicated himself to thinking, reading, writing and studying ever since. He also takes care of his 6 adopted canines and 2 adopted felines.
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Colombia’s former president until August 2018, Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2016. Not only did he manage to reach a peace agreement with the continent’s oldest guerrilla group, after more than 60 years of armed […]

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Namibia – A dream trip to the south of Africa

Thomas Matterne

Thomas Matterne writes stories since he can write. His first professional path, however, was a job as an online journalist at a local TV station. While he works now more in the field of PR and marketing, he is also still a passionate blogger.
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The Indian Vika Chander runs a clothing store in New Delhi, but in his film “Heaven on Earth” he shows Namibia’s uniqueness as a photographer.

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Christmas markets – 600 years old, but more popular than ever before

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German Christmas markets are regarded as something very special. In the shadow of illuminated half-timbered houses, historic buildings or even castles, under festively decorated Christmas trees, man seems to banish all discord and deviancy from his chest.

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Angkor Vat – Built for eternity

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The temples in the Cambodian jungle have long been among the iconic masterpieces of humankind. They are both the pride of their country and a source of income.

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A Bridge at Valle Verzasca (Video)

Thomas Matterne

Thomas Matterne writes stories since he can write. His first professional path, however, was a job as an online journalist at a local TV station. While he works now more in the field of PR and marketing, he is also still a passionate blogger.
Thomas Matterne

The Valle Verzasca is located in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland. It is known for its steep slopes and its many waterfalls. A bridge from the time of the ancient Romans, however, was espacialy interesting for two filmmakers from Germany.

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Astounding – Awesome 15 amazing Bridges

Soledad Marquez

Soledad Marquez is German and Chilean; born in Germany, she grew up in Chile and Brazil, studied in Germany and lives now in her homeland of heart, in Chile, at the sea. She studied Spanish, French and Portuguese Literature and loves books. She also likes to go surfing and to collect seashells while walking at the beach with her husband and her daughter.
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Our topic of the month is about “Bridges”. In this picture gallery we introduce you to 15 of the most famous bridges in the world. Come and join us on a quick journey to visit the following bridges:  

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Getting high on Luther

Arthur Pahl

Arthur Pahl was born in Gladbeck / Westphalia and grew up in Würzburg. After a apprenticeship in the hotel trade, he completed an internship in Swiss fine dining, worked as a steward on an ocean liner, lived in the US, Colombia, Canada and Brazil, was a rice farmer, emerald trader, taxi driver, Tomb stone seller and stockbroker before he succeeded in Germany, where he has been working ever since as a tour Manager for international tour groups. Arthur's personal motto is: "Writing is Living - reading is understanding Life.
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A mighty bridge, which originated in a small village in Saxony spans its arches around the whole world. It turned 500 a year ago. Its name is Reformation. This bridge was built by Martin Luther. The man who knew how […]

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Architecture: The Bahareque culture in Colombia

Fabián Orlando Otálvaro Ramírez

Fabián Orlando Otálvaro Ramírez has a  College degree in Spanish and Literature. He is retired from the Colombian police and a lover of adventure. Fabian lives in the city of Armenia Quindío, likes art, cinema and is also a fan of science fiction movies, especially time travel. He enjoys the mountains and rivers of his native Colombia and dreams of traveling around the world, getting to know places that are not mentioned in any travel guide.
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Colombia is still an unexplored country, full of natural wonders, architectural, cultural and social contrasts, which influence the economic development of the communities throughout its territory.