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... his whole shirt was soaked! It was really gross because it was kind of cold in the classroom, but maybe he was just nervous. (aww I feel bad for judging me now, but I wasn’t the only one). I didn’t stay for the whole presentation because I had to leave early to pack and clean up my room. Did I mention that today I left for BERLIN!??! It was soo exciting because all day I was very excited ...
... carried out.....and now, ironically it's the tax office. Somewhat fitting. Another tidbit from the tour that I failed to mention was that the parking lot that sits on Hitler's former bunker also has a dog walking area, so that even the innocent animals of Berlin have a chance to make their comment on the low esteem held for that spot in the world.
So we are off now to Cologne....our first train tide....we're very much looking forward to it. We will be in touch from the Rhine!
... a few blocks of other colours arranged in abstract designs
inset into the blue. With the bright morning sunlight coming in through the blocks, the effect of the room was incredibly peaceful and serene. The sculpture of Christ at the alter was quite unlike any I’d seen before, and so exactly right for this church. There was absolutely nothing else in the room, and my minimalist spirit was lifted by this amazing place.
... these are some of the things I did until now. I hope you found my first (longer than expected) blog entry amusing, interesting, or even informative. Comment if you have any suggestions or feedback or just feel like it! :)
P.S. For the Girls:
Cut or colour your hair! ;) Now is the chance to do it. Nobody will know you (in my case just my masters group) and it can grow out while you're away in case it turned out to be a bad idea! ;)
... Australia, it is not illegal to drink on the streets in Berlin, nor in parks. And do they have glass on the streets? Or heaps of drunken idiots making havoc? No more than anywhere else in the world, actually hardly at all really. We have seen nothing really of the sort. I am sure it happens here and there, but mostly people are pretty responsible over here. They don't need a nanny state to take care of them with way too many rules. The same reason that wearing helmets over ...