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... like gun shots the other night, but I persuaded Michelle they were fireworks. And this morning it sounded like someone was being murdered in the apartment block - great place where we are staying. No, it really is safe.
What else? Well, nearly everyone in berlin speaks English. We have not come across anyone who can't speak basic English. Puts all Australians to shame. They are very friendly people - okay, except the girl ...
... over the place and her big smile revealing a shining white row of teeth...
Now we can also see the gang of passengers leaving the aircraft we are soon to board, meaning it would not be too long anymore. And indeed, now the baby-faced Lufthansa guy at the counter is picking up his microphone, starting to make the announcement we are all waiting for. I can already see people jumping off their seats, rushing towards him, trying to be the first of the first to get on ...
... and neat Berlin, and was definitely more appealing to me. The streets were narrower, the buildings smaller, the cafes and restaurants catered for people that actually lived there, not just commuters. The alternative and trendy vibes were definitely part of the identity, but at the same time the fact that you could spot squats easily made things a bit more humble, a bit more down to earth, a bit more human even. The suffocation caused the gentrification process ...
... 954;τέη 55; να φύγουμ 49;.
In Berlin I discovered one truth. We are little bubbles that float and we see no reality...unless we burst. That single second is the one I want to save. The one before the ''pufff". That' s why at times he doesn't hug you, so that you don't lose the moment. Together.
B for burst, b for berlin, b for bubbles. B for being.
And a cocktail to go.