All these locks on the bridge have been put there by people who love each other - couples, friends, family ... at the moment, the EU summit is taking place at my city, Salzburg, and the leaders of 28 countries discuss the future of Europe as one unity and - hopefully - also a bastion of humanity and democracy. The Brits leaving us is one thing, the other huge topic will be how we confront the issue of refugees from war zones or dramatically poor countries.
Let's think for a moment - If there's so much love individually - and I'm sure that a lot of these locks have been left by people from different cultural or ethnic backgrounds and they still manage to not only get along with each other, but actually LOVE each other - shouldn't we be able to find a way, politically, but also in our private life, to respect and care for each other, share our abundance and learn from our differences?
I want to see the world, if I could travel 30 days out the month I would.I love this chalkboard map at the Starbucks in San Francisco. Definitely had to chart out my next trip. Even without the words my business partner Rob was spot on.
In Frankokastello, one finds a fascinating mix of history represented by a Venetian castle from the 1400's and a lovely wide sand beach just next to it. Also, the little tavern in between is worthwhile a visit (at least their breakfast ist pretty good)