When I met Gerd, he mentioned several times that he was a real southerner. I was a little surprised, because I had expected something a little bit different from a Southerner. Tanned skin, a full head of dark hair and, last but not least, a racy temperament.
When asked about this, he just said: "Bern is south of Berlin, so unlike you, I'm easily a southerner".
Now I have to make sure that my southerner doesn't mutate into a southerner with a pinkish-pink complexion if he gets too much sun. Sun cream? Not a chance. We don't use it or simply forget about it. If there is any irritation on the skin, our homemade Riblusa still helps. (also known in professional circles as Ringelblumensalbe or calendula ointment)
It's been around for years, I'm only too happy to stir ointments. This time it has become a little firmer, for reasons: When it gets a bit warmer in Felix (and we assume that this will be the case in Tunisia!), the ointment should not float away straight away.
If you like, you can also make your own riblusa. I'll include the recipe here. Why do I share the recipe so freely? Because, firstly, I think it's a fantastic "patch of nature" and, secondly, I would never want to make a lot of money with it. I used to donate the profits, but now others can take over. So, if you have any questions about the ointment: just ask!
Organic flowers! Organic oil! And no fighting and no noise music during production! Because: It's all energy!
Merci for "travelling with us
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