Tours and Hikes in the Busan area

Two day tours along the coast line of Busan.

While Seoul is South Korea’s biggest city with about 10 million inhabitants, Busan comes in second. With a population of about 3,5 million people Busan is almost as big as the German capital Berlin. But what sets it apart from Seoul is it’s location on the coast of the Sea of Japan with a moderate climate, which allows for temperatures above 20°C in September. No wonder Busan is a favorite with the South Koreans when it comes to picking a national holiday destination.

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Recipe from another time: Sausage goulash

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a dish with a lot of German history behind it. It is not healthy, there are no fresh vegetables in it, it is not elaborate and it does not take a lot of time. You will love it, your kids will love it. Let me tell you a story about it.

Once upon a time there was a second Germany, the other one if you will. It was commonly known as the German Democratic Republic and this is where the sausage goulash (can we find a catchy English name here?) was born. It was extremely popular in school cafeterias, kindergardens and other public facilities, because it is so easy to make and quite inexpensive, too. Continue reading “Recipe from another time: Sausage goulash”

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Dear reader,

welcome to the new English version of I am happy you found my blog and hope you will enjoy the content to be posted here soon.

On the English site I will publish selected German recipes, my thoughs on books I read in English or which are at least also published in English and some cycling and hiking tales. If you are also interested in other things, please let me know in the comments!

Happy reading!