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Münich. Our train was late, we stopped for an hour somewhere, and we have no idea why, as we can't speak German. But we finally made it to Munich. We directed three Turkish guys who were also travelling, they had no idea what train or get next due to our long stop over. So we did our good deed for the day. We weren't too sure what hostel we had booked into...there was three all next door and we 'd checked all of them out online, but after the first one gave us a ...
... of beers at the hostel bar and met a kiwi girl called Katia plus a few others who were joining us on the tour. The first beer garden I got a litre stein of beer and a freshly baked pretzel the size of my head, bigger even! It was still warm and so delicious, but took a while to get through, all washed down with beer of course. We went onto one other beer garden for another big stein and then back to the hostel bar. It was ...
... a sobering reminder of the darkness of humanity. I reflect on my own prejudices as the reality of its extremities stand before me. 40,000 killed at Dachau 6 million in the whole Holocaust.
Our final day on the Rhine river- after a German lesson from Fatima ( a Filipino!) we strolled the old town streets and hiked up and around the castle walls of Bacharach. Another ferry to Rudesheim where we found a warm pub for ...
... roar of a heartfelt laugh and the beat of a foreign song you still somehow feel like you have just sat down with the family that you haven’t seen in weeks, in your very own home, at your very own dining table.
And as an outsider, to have such an impactful first impression of the people of Munich gives you the idea of a culture that can welcome anyone from anywhere to the celebration and yet make it feel as intimate as a family reunion. ...
I really just walked a lot through the town. A couple people thought I was German and asked me (in German) how to get to places but I couldn't help them. It was nice to be thought of as a local though! I guess it's because I am partly German so I look the part!
After all the walking, I took a train back to Starnberg. Starnberg is a cute town and my aunt told me about this "American" style pub so Britta ...
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