Bart Kakoschke

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Jul 09

Cruise to Japan

Way back when I was in secondary school (and I mean way back), I studied Japanese. For 5 years! Not unsurprisingly I guess, ever since that time I’ve longed to visit Japan, but have always been put off by the horror stories about how expensive it is. But earlier this year I happened to espy …

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Mar 04

Kanawa Island

Definitely would like to go back to Kanawa one day. Oh, and quite a nice photo on their new ad too. I wonder who the photographer was? ;)

Jan 05

A New Branch or Two on the Family Tree

 Persistence has finally paid off. For years I’ve been sifting through scans of old documents in an effort to extend the family tree further back in time on the Kakoschke line. After pouring over dozens of barely legible scans of births, deaths and marriages in Groß-Blumberg and Pommerzig from the latter half of the 19th …

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Nov 21

55th Birthday Adventure Trip

Back when I turned 50 I decided I should indulge myself somewhat with a trip to Las Vegas. And for each 5 year “milestone” after that, to cross some places off my Bucket List. So, for my 55th birthday, it was off to Indonesia to visit Krakatoa and Komodo. I met up with my daughters …

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Nov 21

2014 Summer Holiday

Had a very enjoyable 4 week break this summer. We visited Thailand, staying at some old favourites, plus visited some new places. The Lebua Hotel in Bangkok is just a delightful place to stay. Once again I couldn’t fault anything about our visit and will definitely be returning first chance we have! Likewise, the Sunrise …

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Feb 21

Around the World Trip 2013

I’ve travelled quite a bit in my time, but never actually travelled around the world in one direction until 2013. I combined and 18 night trans-Atlantic cruise with several one way air tickets to cook up a very interesting 7 week long RTW itinerary – even if I do say so myself! We started our …

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