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Uploaded on Jul 23, 2010
The title is a pun so don't have a go at my spelling! This is the first part of my journey to Norway, Finland, Estonia and Sweden. In this exciting episode I hardly leave German territory. First we needed to get to the northern coast to the port of Kiel - we did this by train - the imfamous ICEs - where the temperature if the air-conditioning fails can go up to 50 C. The coach next to ours had such a failure and Deutsche Bahn evacuated the coach and so it was empty - your intrepid reporter braved the high temperatures to tell you about it. In Kiel the boat sailed in the afternoon so I had the morning to potter around the captial of Schleswig-Holstein. There are points if you can in 500 characters or less explain the Schleswig-Holstein problem. Kiel was the birthplace of Max Planck and that was appropriate as I am reading Feynman's Thesis on The principle of least action in Quantum Mechanics. Finally on the ship as we pass the main island of Denmark (now officially named Vogterland) - I point out where Vogter2100 is working and wave to him. Did he notice - I don't think so but it was worth a chance. I am now in Røros in central Norway and I hope to send a second video tomorrow on my journey.