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Plane ride was smooth. Just difficult to sleep and I didn't get much sleep the day before I left O'Town so I need a shot of adrenaline to kick in. Since we have a 7 hr layover here in Frankfurt we decided to get out and about. Took the train to the ...
... great expense. As I walked to Detlef's apartment I passed a pretty large brewery called Pfungstädter. It seems like every city has its own beer! The city isn't far away from castle ruins Frankenstein, inspiration for the book. Detlef also told me that the town has a store with one of Germany's largest selection of beer as well!
Detlef is about 70 ...
... to Berlin about a month ago. We'll miss the delicious street food. We'll miss the friendly people and the happy and super cute kids. We'll miss the heat. We'll miss the patriotism of the people in each country. We'll miss Asians taking our pictures just because we're white! We'll miss the awesome fruit shakes and fresh tropical fruit. We'll ...
... am Straßenrand... :-)
Wir haben festgestellt, dass Nicolás entspannt war, wenn auch wir entspannt waren. Ihm war es völlig egal, wo wir waren und was wir gemacht haben. Wichtig für ihn war, dass wir bei ihm waren. Nur so konnten er und wir entspannt die Welt entdecken, wandern gehen, Kanu fahren und mit dem Moped durch Vietnams Reisfelder cruisen. Und wer dennoch denkt, dass so eine große Reise doch trotzdem wahnsinnig anstrengend sein ...
... smaller scale. Some pretty delicious food - Ron had a well filled focaccia and I a cold crumbed schnitzel bun - weird but absolutely delicious. Given that we had been wandering around for 2 or 3 hours before we joined the tour, by the time we had spent four hours on the tour we were well and truly knackered.
I found it interesting that the "back yards" we passed through (large areas with established trees in courtyards between buildings) were ...