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... were shocked to find old grandmas passing us with ease.
We pedalled the 20 odd kilometeres to the National Park nearby and upon arrival witnessed the biking culture first hand. We had some competition.
One half day of cycling = buggered. Grandmas 1, ...
Well today is quite a nice easy drive...we had a stop in Dresden along the way for lunch..that was a pretty cool town. Although we did find some of the local Germans were very rude, and struggled to find a place for food that would actually come and serve us... But we got there! Gaza and I shared this awesome meat platter lol!! It was very tasty, and before we left we bought ...
... Istanbul. Ohhhh, you’re a sushi fan? Perfecto, if second corner there is Japanese. Though, if you don't fancy any of the mentioned above, do still come. Berlin is definately one of the most diverse cities in Europe. Thai, Turkish, Ethiopian, Mexican, Indonesian - Berlin will not disappoint. If you are after German, there are men ...
... of buses! Some had been made into fire engines, post vans and all sorts of other things. It was quite a collection. They bought a special sign for me for when we get home saying "only VWs to park here".
The surprise of the day for Willow was finding out what the symbol on the steering wheel of their old polo ment. She could never understand why it had a dog and a castle ...
... people here don't even like it haha! I think the officers were a little amused at the excitement on Paul and my faces as we opened the gifts. It was just like Christmas! - in a customs office. And I keep saying, awwwww that it so thoughtful and Paul almost squealed when he saw the Zokoko chocolate. Haha! They let us go after they had seen everything and we went on our merry way. We began walking back to the train station and Paul began jumping up and down as he grabbed the ...