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9/11 in European Literature
May 15, Julia rated it liked it Shelves: german-lit , africa , travel , humour. What a funny read!!!! At the moment I'm not into serious stuff as I've got enough to do and learn at work, so that this is exactly the kind of book I needed. It's like meeting this hilarious friend of yours who's great at imitating people and their dialects and he tells you the incredibly human everyday's experience of a young couple travelling through Namibia with a group of weirdos and a lovely Namibian tour guide.
It's a nice juxtaposition of African and European mentality without being preac What a funny read!!!! It's a nice juxtaposition of African and European mentality without being preachy or without claiming to have the ultimate understanding of a foreign country and especially for someone who has been leading tours for a couple of years myself, it's a fantastic portray of modern group travel and the different characters these organized trips attract. My favourite: the Viennese "funny guy" - he's a real prototype you find in any group I really recommend this book if you're looking for something funny and light - it's great entertainment Feb 28, Impoeia rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction-novel.
Don't get me wrong, the story started out great. First twenty pages in, I nearly burst a stitch, I was laughing so hard. The author captured the essence of German tourists perfectly - and the authenticity of the accents made the whole thing even more realistic. I recognised a lot of myself and fellow travellers in the novel.
The problem was, the jokes kept repeating. Rinse and repeat. It never changed and arou Don't get me wrong, the story started out great.
It never changed and around chapter 27 it just went from hilarious to annoying. Feb 25, GoldenGerbera rated it it was amazing. Funny :. Nov 30, Ms. The book follows the adventures of a German-speaking tourist group in Namibia, as they spend their 2-week luxury holiday visiting various more or less interesting places in the country.
The story is narrated from Matthias "Matze" Klein's perspective, who's looking forward to spending an amazing two week-holiday with his girlfriend Sinna. They intend to move into The book follows the adventures of a German-speaking tourist group in Namibia, as they spend their 2-week luxury holiday visiting various more or less interesting places in the country.
They intend to move into their new dream home, right after their trip. He'd be happy to fix this, but Namibia's internet is dog slow, and it's rather difficult to keep hiding this from Sinna.
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As if all this weren't enough enough, their travelling companions are a great surce of annoyance as well. I am still perfecting my German, so reading the book proved to be somewhat of a challenge. The author is phonetically imitating each character, which results in some odd written dialogue. Looking over some of the more negative reviews: too much racism, how annoying the group is and how it's not an effective travel guide To that, I'd only like to ask them: has any one of you gone on holiday with a group?
I have, and due to some hidden masochistic streak I've done so multiple times. From that point of view, I can attest that the overall experience is extremely accurate; probably the reason I found it all so funny. As for how much or little the book is about Namibia, I tend to disagree with those who claim it's useless. Sure, you won't exactly find a travel guide here, but you will get a general overview of what it's like for a "civilized Western-European" in an African country. I was unsure how to rate the book. On the one hand, it doesn't exactly deserve the full 4 stars, but the ending actually made me cry a little.
Uhm, I listened to the audiobook of this. Does this even count? It better, because it sure wasn't worth the pain of listening to this for at least two hours if it doesn't count for my reading challenge! It aslo wasn't much of anything else. Maybe I should mention that this was my first contact with Tommy Jaud and it will, hopefully, be my last. I didn't find him funny at all. He does do voices well, and his description of the people he is forced to travel with is excellent - you can picture them immediately and you know the kind of people he is talking about.
But that's the only good thing I could find, because even though his description, especially in the audiobook which he reads himself, does not lack a certain humor, he also describes everyone with disdain. He truly and honestly seems to hate these people, and hey, I get it, I hate people most of the time - it's just, I was brought up to keep quiet if I can't say something nice, and I just don't see the humor in making fun of someone you really hate.
If you despise someone so much, try spending your time with someone else.
Don't get me wrong, i'm not opposed to making fun of people. I just don't like it when it's done in a mean way. I'm also not opposed to some mean humor - but it shouldn't be personal. Mean humour and obvious hate for someone just don't make for a very funny combination. Honest, maybe, and god knows some things probably need to be said sometimes, but it isn't funny. Also, whose house is of glass The rest of the book I skipped through the end of most chapters , is mostly about him trying to find a way to send money to Germany as a downpayment for the appartment he bought with his girlfriend.
This story made me want to throttle him for wasting my time - seriously, can he PLEASE just call his mother, his brother, his best friend who are the fuck ever and tellk them to send the fucking Euro to the real estate agent? It's not like he had to fucking do it himself. Okay, I'm cursing. I never curse.
You can tell that it was bad. I was going to give this book two stars for the reading and the mean but accurate character descriptions, but now that it made me curse, I think I'll leave it at one star. Sorry about that. Dec 14, Mel rated it liked it Shelves: audiobook.
Mallorca to Upgrade Beach in Blow to German Budget Tourists - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Okay, so here is a little background story to this book: A few years back when this book was popular in Germany I was standing at the airport in Munich waiting for my flight to Namibia, Africa. Now you need to know that Hummeldumm is about a couple that is doing a group tour in Namibia. The whole experience is written down in a very funny way. I, on the other hand, was going to stay in Namibia for 8 weeks and only at the very end I planned a group tour just like that.
So while I was waiting for Okay, so here is a little background story to this book: A few years back when this book was popular in Germany I was standing at the airport in Munich waiting for my flight to Namibia, Africa. So while I was waiting for the boarding to start I stood next to this book store and Hummeldumm was on display.
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I picked it up and started reading. The following is what I wrote there, in the community section. Think of it as the book review in English I promised on Tuesday. Public Diplomacy. Qi Li is a German citizen. From to , he worked at Deutsche Welle. Dissidents who lived in Germany wrote a letter to the German Bundestag federal parliament on September 13, They might have been ignored forever, even though many of them have taken German citizenship long ago.
Back then, Deutsche Welle reacted publicly. Different to the original allegations, it gave no rise to headlines. Four online editors at the China department lost their freelance assignments or jobs respectively, in and Some of that still seems to be disputed at the labor courts — Wang Fengbo expects his case to be at the federal labor court this month. But its content is mostly authenticated. According to Li, Wang Fengbo and another colleague met a journalist in Cologne for two hours, in the evening on April 14, Press agencies like dpa, ap, epd enter their stories into a database.
There is bitterness in some of its chapters. Not least: about how a public institution apparently got into the eddying of a parallel society. But politics faces it without a clue, unprepared and sort of trigger-happy. While the Chinese press reported — and someties raged — extensively, there was almost no German coverage.
Deutsche Welle may only be known to those Germans who, into the s, took their shortwave receivers to Mallorca, or before travelling the world. But when it is about good journalism — at a public broadcaster or a public media platform , public interest seems likely.