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... people that I haven't seen for some time. It's amazing how you can pick up where you left off with someone you haven't seen for years, or didn't even really know that well before. I guess travelling far away has the potential to bring people closer. Today was fairly chill. We wandered around Leipzig for a few hours and took in the sights. Germany, for all it's modern features, still has very ...
... are getting longer, and the continent is gearing up for a fun summer. Unfortunately I'm too exhausted to be that enthused. Don't get me wrong. I'm still enjoying myself. I'm still appreciating every place I visit. But at the same time, I'm running on empty. The combination of a bad diet and inconsistent sleep is not good for me, though I feel much better after finding a salad for lunch. I think that the routine of travel-check in-walking ...
... have free wifi (they call wifi, "W-lan"). It helps you find hidden gems like beer gardens, cute cafes that you would otherwise never find, nice sights etc.
- Explore the city by bike! It is flat, easy to navigate, and there are many separate bike lanes. Failing those you can ride on the road, or (carefully) on the sidewalks. Before you go, arrange ...
... I had to leave other than sit down at an Italian Café ordering from a German menu to an English speaking Italian waiter. I don't experience that very often, most people when they hear that you have an English accent or in my case Australian, just continue speaking German, but I guess some want to practice. I have no idea how I sound speaking German, but then again hearing my own voice speaking English ...
... and I had to go back and check it out! The boys choir there has an 800 year old tradition and is famous the world over. There was even a plaque inside dedicated to Martin Luther, who was there in 1539.
Being thoroughly exhausted I ended up having an early night and it was the first time that I had slept in a bunk bed since Nuremburg!
Martin Luther, Napoleon, J.S. Bach and Goethe. What more do you want?