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... beer, while following 'the Mexican' who organizes the event that was on his bicycle and wagon filled with empty beer bottle from späti to späti
At around midnight and roughly seven Späti later we decide to head home, but not without taking a detour with the most sketchiest area id ever been to, it was an abondoned bombed out train station turned into electro, punk rave houses. As we walked we just heard the bass and thump from these abandoned ...
17 Tage noch!!!
In den letzten drei Monaten haben wir uns durch den Urwald diverser Reisportale geschlagen, um eine Route zu unserem Hauptziel "Australien" zusammenzustellen. Anfangs als eine Aufgabe frei nach dem Motto "das mache ich mit links" abgestempelt, erwies sich ziemlich schnell als gar nicht so einfach, da mehr wichtige Dinge als zuvor angenommen beachtet und bearbeitet werden mussten.
Kurz und knapp zusammengefasst brauchten wir:
... at a
local grocery store and a couple of beers and I’m updating the blog and packing
for an early departure in the morning to Berlin. Hopefully I won’t be lost and unable to
contact the person who’s renting my apartment there, but I’m arriving at 8:00
am instead of 9:45pm on a Sunday night.
I’m sure it will be fine.
Thanks for visiting my blog.
I’ll post something new in ...
Berlin is a city of Museums and Galleries (170 at last count), and the foremost of these museums are located on the Museum Island of Museumsinsel. This island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Today is cloudy and overcast and it is threatening to rain - a perfect day to explore museums. Unfortunately we are not the only ones to think this and the queue is long to get tickets, but the upside is that you can get tickets for all 5 main museums at ...
... was not the biggest camp, but what makes it significant was that it was among one of the first camps and model for how all of the sub-camps were supposed to look. It was also the central point that ran most over them. Our guide Rob, also from Manchester, was great. He was so informative and interesting to listen to. He went into a lot of the psychology which made it so interesting. We walked through the gates that the prisoners walked through ...