Home: found.

As the train leaves Berlin behind, I am struck by the fact that I’m leaving home. It’s been less than two months since I came in to check if there was any chance left for Germany in me. London was calling at a distance. I felt at home nowhere and everywhere, glomad-style. All that changed […]

Feel Like Boarding the Concorde?

I’ve been to a few automobile and airplane exhibitions. Pearl Harbor, Taoyuan airport (Taiwan), Museo dell’Automobile (Turin)… fascinating collections. I thought I couldn’t be surprised by another one. Turns out the Germans really do it better. In the southwestern german state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg lies Sinsheim’s Auto & Technik Museum, the largest privately owned museum in […]

Europe: De-Railed

I could talk about the economic crisis but… today, I’m going to tell the story of a trip that never happened ­čÖé When I was a kid, my family hadn’t bought a car yet, and we would take the train twice a year to visit the extended family for Christmas and Easter. This is how […]