Can’t believe it is June 4th already!

It really seems like yesterday that I logged off the Internet, got on the bike and rode to Frankfurt and Mainz, Germany, only to pass there again 3 days later on our way to far-away Romania.

And that’s where we are now. Today is the first occasion I have to get back on the Internet, through a DSL line of my nephew Lucian. Fast enough, but unfortunately I can’t get my outgoiing e-mails to work…… ISP must be blocking something. And as usual ‘information’ on whi and what is non-existant here.

‘Who is your ISP’?
"Uh??"

‘Is there a document with your log-in data?’
"Uuuuuh??"

After half an hour search we managed to find a password for the dial-up connection….. so I can at least type this here. But we lost most of the day tinkering with the email settings, and there is the customary barbeque waiting for us, together with a bunch of people that I’ve never heard of before….. also as usual.

I think it is safe to say that I won’t be back to ‘work’ until we are back home and Carmen and Romi have taken off again on their way home to Florida.

Mork would say: "…. Shazba!…".

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