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... where she discovered Tim tams. When they returned to Germany she found out she was pregnant and they have two children. Rickie and I nearly cried. This tale resulted in his insisting we have a schapps before we left.
We had to wait about 10 minutes while he fixed up some paying customers and we drank a toast to his time in Australia.
We caught a taxi back to the unit after walking a block and a half to find one. ...
... in. Rome will be even more so I guess. Not as much WW2 sites as I hoped. Thy got rid of most of the Nazi stuff, which I understand. The rest was just bombed to rubble in the war of course. Lots of Cold War stuff since the wall just came down 20+ years ago. Powerful to see the wall and hear stories of escapes, most not successful and ended in death. Most of the beautiful historical buildings were on the eastern Russian side and they did not restore them after the war ...
Having been to Berlin once or twice over the years, I had never managed to get to see the Cecilienhof Palace where the Potsdam Conference of 1945 took place. This was the meeting between Stalin, Truman and Churchill / Attlee at the end of the Second World War, intended to make a lasting settlement in Europe.
I was particularly looking forward to this episode, but there was a slight hitch in that Red was poorly. Clearly her engine was not right, ...
... of Berlin's main shopping strip which was 8 km long. There were mostly very expensive stores like Rolex, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton etc. but there were also some nice cafes and restaurants, and some tourist souvenir stores. The shopping street lead us all the way into the centre of Berlin. We saw the iconic Brandenburg gate and the Reichstag building which was burnt down in 1933 and was part of what sparked Hilters extermination of the Jews. By now we were starting to ...
... br> were going to cities that I hadn't already been to I'd be a bit more
excited. Or maybe it's just the effect of having travelled for so
long that I'm becoming desensitised to the sites and attractions. I
feel like I'm getting sick and everyday I feel tired. If I could go
home for two weeks and then come back, I definitely would. But
there's not that much drawing me back home. Only my parents, my
friends (mainly Tristan to be honest) ...