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... omg my mouth is watering thinking about it.
All in all we were so lucky that Isabell and Olaf welcomed us into their home. They both showed us such amazingly hospitality and Isabell organised some amazing days for us to enjoy during our time in Berlin. I hope that I will see them both again soon and not in three years time again. Or just might to save my pennies and make a special trip :)
Thank you again Isabell!!!!!!
Auf Wiedersehen Berlin, Ahoj ...
... and very unusual, with over 2000 concrete slabs, purposefully built with no symbolism. We didn't know what it was, but it was quite moving, especially when we did find out what it was.
We continued on to the Reichstag, along beside the Tiergarten and caught another bus to KaDeWa, which is the largest department store in Europe. It wasn't a very friendly type of store, so I didn't buy anything, but I ...
... about 3 hours. We found it really good learning so much about the history. Unfortunately hitlers bunker is completely gone and so all that it is now is a park/car park so we weren't able to see the actual bunker. The holocaust memorial was more of an architectural feature as it was lines of concrete blocks at different levels which looked really cool. Our walking tour ended at checkpoint Charlie where we got photos with the American guards which was pretty ...
... and thus were trapped in East Berlin often separated from family and friends. Churches were destroyed. Graveyards moved. The stories are all there as well as old East German guard towers and bits and pieces of the various manifestations of the wall over the years.
We saw parents sledding in the memorial park with their children where once there was barbed wire, guard towers and no mans land. Very nice.
... on their honeymoon?
The eventfulness did not occur until my arrival in Perth, where I was informed by the Australian immigration officer that my visa had been cancelled and I had been in the country illegally for the last 12 months and that technically I should be deported back to the USA immediately. This was fabulous (and shocking) news at 11pm local time after 24 hours of travel from Europe. I was too tired to even question the situation, I ...