Wealth (not just money) should be distributed more fairly
Migrants are people who move from one place of residence or country to other places of residence or countries, with migrant workers comprising the largest group of migrants. Refugees are different from migrants in international law, those people whose status is regulated by the Geneva Refugee Convention. Recognized refugees within the meaning of the Convention are those who are persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, political beliefs or belonging to a particular social group. The main difference between refugees and migrants is that migrants in their country of origin are not threatened with persecution and can return to their homeland at any time. Some migrants also leave their homeland because of extreme poverty and need - but these people are basically not refugees according to the laws. That is certainly formulated correctly and regulated by law, but does not really improve the life situation for the individual! Wealth (not just money) has to be distributed more equitably, this is the only way to solve problems related with migration!
After our articles introducing some vehicles (Alpine Cross Cabin and Fendt Tendensa Connect) for mobile working, we received a number of reader inquiries on the topic, as large parts of the population still have no real idea of what mobile working means and, above all, for which professional groups mobile working can be implemented.
At the camping trade fair in Warsaw we first noticed a concept motorhome that, completely unlike previous vehicles, had moved the driver's cab to a higher position and was equipped with an opening panoramic roof, creating a kind of sun terrace when the roof was open.
The tour of the trade fair not only shows the major innovations of the well-known camping vehicle manufacturers, but also the diverse work of small companies that come up with technical solutions that are not known to everyone.
Alpine Cross Cabin Signature: Sales launch of the pioneering New Work Van at CMT Stuttgart 2024. Alpine presents the new high-end version of the extremely popular “Mobile Office” vehicle, which is designed for two people and is based on the innovative NEXSD ONE.
When we began planning the project "Cultural Trip along the Roman Roads” in 2011, the question was of course how the year-round travel activities could be implemented, as the overnight stays and of course daily life itself should be always take place as close as possible to the project locations, i.e. to the people, and internationally and in summer and winter.
It's about to start again: in seven out of ten halls at the world's largest public trade fair for tourism and leisure, everything revolves around caravanning. From motorhomes to expedition vehicles and luxury liners: Anyone interested can find different vehicles in one place.
As already reported, we met Hannes and Sascha during the meeting of the roof tent nomads in Oldendorf near Hanover for the first time, where they were able to impressively present their compact kitchens. A little later, we visited their workshops in Lungötz in Austria and meanwhile we use one of their compact kitchens, the Kitchenbox 1.0, during our excursions as part of the project work "Migration and Travelling along Roman roads" with growing enthusiasm, whenever the opportunity arises.
In August 2012, we used our stay in Germany to get an initial overview of the various model types of caravan manufacturers. And where is this better possible than at what is probably the largest caravan exhibition in the world, the Caravan Salon in Düsseldorf.
When talking about cocoa, the most common thought is always associated with chocolate or the ever-popular cocoa drink. That's actually the case with us, who like to drink a cup of cocoa in the evening or on the go, if it's traditionally made with milk, not water and comes from the vending machine.
The impressive visit to the Roman Villa Museum in Bad Neuenahr / Ahrweiler ultimately led to further research into the issue of supplying the Roman camps along the borders of the empire, which could not be managed through trade alone.
During today's after-work bike rides, which one could already speak of as having become a habit, we noticed a multi-purpose transporter shortly before the old Main Bridge in Kitzingen, which also contained the words "Integration through Sport" in its inscription.
For a few days we have been on the move as part of our project on the Main, which must also be regarded as an external border or Limes on the western side of the Roman Empire, at least for sections of it.
A few weeks ago we received an email with the following content from Mrs. Kirsten Ettrich-Örtel from Özel Antalya Koleji, which we are happy to reproduce in the original wording, because our subsequently agreed visit to this school and the integration into the event there could not have been initiated any better: