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Migrant Birds on Wheels
Through a friend in Topanga, the hippie community west of Los Angeles, the author came into contact with Uschi Obermaier, the mother of all supermodels. The female icon of the 68s already toured in the mid-70s in a luxury RV India, USA and Mexico. When in a picture story Marianne Meyer saw the sex symbol and her partner Dieter Bockhorn in their camping bus, the wish for such a house on wheels was born. But with the emigration to the USA everything came quite different. But after a 10-year life of luxury in LA, the conversation with the Bavarian caused butterflies in the stomach of the Ph.D. nutritionist and woke again her desire to travel. She longed for a change. An ever-changing view from the window of an apartment on wheels is exactly what her gypsies blood desires. Her mother's father was a boatmen and always on the Neckar, Rhine and Waal on the go to Rotterdam. Her first six months tour through Morocco with her husband Peter was in 1998/99. On the contrary to her famous relative Doris Day, who visited Morocco only once when she filmed the Hitchcock movie "The Man Who Knew Too Much", the author is one of the returnees. There are only two statements of tourists: Morocco once and never again and Morocco again and again.
Marianne E. Meyer
Marianne Erika Meyer studied pedagogy in Frankfurt when she got to know and love her husband when buying a car. In the mid-1980s they moved to California for ten years. There, the author studied nutritional science. Her doctoral thesis on immune defense and Spirulina she published in her bestseller Spirulina, das blaugrüne Wunder. She lived alternately in southern Hesse, Morocco and in a farmhouse in Portugal working at times with behavioral adolescents. Now next to writing Marianne cares for wild cats and dogs. The sudden transition of her beloved husband into the spiritual world and his after-death communication directed her focus to spirituality.