GEWICHT: 60 kg
Intime Dienste: GV in versch. Stellungen, Bisexuell: ja, Bizarr, Dildospiele, Dreier FFM
Die Küste English: The Coast was the former entertainment district at the Port of Bremen in Bremen , Germany. It was linked to the Walle district by a foot tunnel, the Stinkbüdelmannsgang. The area was also known as the Küstenmeile Coast mile and Klein-St. Pauli, drawing similarities to the Hamburg red-light district of St. Today there are still a few bars still in existence dating from the days of Die Küste.
Between Reykjavik and Africa, in the Bamboo Bar in Bremen, Sailing Boys sit from far and near, eating different things. It starts with the soft things because you have to get in the mood. A sharp mixture then follows and the big fireworks at the end. If a Heini lives like a wild man in the Bamboo Bar in Bremen, the sailor must take over the upbringing with a trained fist. Nowhere is it as cozy as in the Bamboo Bar in Bremen. All women have bare knees and tender behaviour. Bremen's ports were extensively damaged by Allied bombing during World War II.
Post-war, the docks were rebuilt and by the early s the volume of goods passing through the ports had risen to pre-war levels. An estimated one million seafarers came to Bremen in Die Küste's heyday was in the s and s.
Many seafarers came to Die Küste when their ships docked and they had been paid. The Arizona , Krokodil Crocodile , Bambus-Bar Bamboo bar and the notorious Golden City were amongst the better know of the bars. Many American soldiers were stationed at Bremen during the Allied-occupied Germany. On one occasion it was estimated that American sailors had spent DM 90, in Bremen in a hour period, some of this in Die Küste. The photographer Carla Bockholt was active on the Die Küste from around to the late s: she moved from restaurant to restaurant and took souvenir photos for the guests.
Containerization first started in the Bremen port in the s, with the first container being unloaded in In the s a gang of 17 could unload 18 tons of general cargo in a shift. By the s, half that number of men could unload a hundred times that in the same time. Die Küste suffered as a result. Cashless payment of wages prevailed in the s. The main source of income for the clubs and bars on Die Küste, the seafarers, no longer came and the area declined.