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Finished with the PhD. Doing a post-doc in graph theory applied to social networks. Got too many things that are too heavy being juggle in my brain!!! ouchy


May
5
comment How to get from the North Sea to the Black Sea (or Aegean/Adriatic Sea) via inland waterways?
van Desien, is the Rhone canal parallel to the Rhine the whole time?
Oct
5
comment For fear of flying is drinking alcohol a healthier option than pills?
wow, cool info, what did the course do? could you ask questions?
Oct
2
comment For fear of flying is drinking alcohol a healthier option than pills?
@MSalters, I drink around 0.5 litres of beer and around 3 shots of whiskey prior to boarding and drink 2 shot of whiskey an hour during the flight to stay calm. People tell me that pills are better than this. When there is turbulence I drink and extra shot or two. During a long flight I go through 10-14 shots in total and an occasional beer.
Jul
20
comment Is it possible to travel on river/canal from Bruges, Belgium to some point on the Rhine?
@gerrit, either would suite. Either option would appeal. If only one option exists I will take it or choose later.
Sep
20
comment How to get from the North Sea to the Black Sea (or Aegean/Adriatic Sea) via inland waterways?
thanks for clarifying!!! looking at this link: worldcanals.com/english/contentseurope.html there also appears to be a connection that goes through Poland and into Ukraine. Is this so?
Sep
20
comment How to get from the North Sea to the Black Sea (or Aegean/Adriatic Sea) via inland waterways?
To update my previous comment. From emailing an authority in the link Tom Au published, a route from the Elbe or Oder stops north of the Danube it appears.
Sep
18
comment How to get from the North Sea to the Black Sea (or Aegean/Adriatic Sea) via inland waterways?
I am not sure if I understood your text, but the link you give shows a route from the north to black sea. Also the route in the link I included is another route. The French canal system also appears to be another option, and there is pure ODe route described in your link.There are then 4 different possibilities.