Arriving in Valletta was like entering London just a little smaller and with more sun. Meaning there are the red double-decker busses (the old ones where you can hop on and off while driving), a wembley store, every restaurant offers fish and chips with vinegar, small shops and pubs look very British and everybody speaks english perfectly fine. And if you do not remember the fact that the traffic here is left handed (as I didn't) your life might be shortened very suddenly by some aggressive bus driver, but fortunately they honk until you're out of the way (or even if you're about to get in their way).
...or as the pilot laughed and said: "the weather is only that bad in Zurich - have a nice flight!"
A few people from our dorm - including myself - started to play ARK: Survival Evolved. After a few days of playing offline, we decided to put up an own dedicated server and now it's done - FTN is now hosting a public ARK server "[EU/GER][PvPvE] FTN public - HaDiko Karlsruhe". So if you want to join us, just use fuck-the.net:7777 and enjoy the game :)
Mit freundlichen Glühßen
This is about the shortest trip to Italy, we've ever made; about freaky swiss routes, which lead you deep into the montains and of course about our next trip to Corse. And guess, how we're going to go there - yes, indeed - again by scooters!
If someone would ask, what we (Lexi, Mart and me - Lena) did yesterday... well, we've been to Italy for exactly 15 minutes. Reason: Data Mining!
Ok, now, from the beginning: This year, we will again, but maybe for the last time, make a great trip with our scooters. We want to drive to Corse all through the Alps. So this time we wanted to check first, if our scooters could make it and that's why we drove to Italy for 15 minutes yesterday. We did not need to drive further, because the Alps may be our only problem with the scoots (hopefully). And this is going to be the whole route: Waldshut to Savona.