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... The sinister truth had to find its way to me: registration incomplete...oh no... what was I doing when I was supposed to sort this out? Oh yeah, worrying about exams in Spain. Okay, let's get this done. Tears, administration phone calls, more tears, more stress, and finally, joy after 5 days... all done! Place confirmed at Humboldt University of Berlin and a place to live. Of course, I had to meet the person who gave ...
... barista looked at me like I had three heads, so I had to explain that I meant vanilla flavor with extra cream (because they don’t have milk) and extra sugar. I remember Emily being there (because she saw us walk into Dunkin) and she was like this isn’t like the US girl they probably don’t know what you’re saying, hahaha. Also, when I was taking pictures of the Dunkin Donuts inside the guy working there was joking around ...
... After sheltering from a heavy lunchtime downpour of rain we spent some time browsing the shops . On our second day we headed first to the East Side Gallery section of the Berlin Wall and walked the couple of kilometres between train stations admiring the colourful murals. Next it was on to Check Point Charlie for some touristy photos and then to The Topography on Terror display where existing untouched sections of the ...
... 28 years! It is incredible and there are so many sad and terrible stories about families missing birthdays and funerals etc. very sad. And to think this was still going on in my life time as the wall only finally came down in 1989. Mariette also explained the living conditions experienced by east and west Berliners and how they differentiated. Basically east Berlin was run by the USSR (communists) and was totally ****. They were poor, were treated like ****, ...
... with the most lethal toxins and waste, resulting in cholera and malaria. At the same time as these people are starving and dying, people are drinking glasses of champagne worth 100 euros. Seriously this does not make sense and it is really sad. We didn't stay in kadewe for too long, it was a little too overwhelming for all of us. It was good to see it and to appreciate the history and to remind ourselves what the world is really like, but after 45 minutes, it was time to go. We were ...