Domus Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm
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... good! I got noodles and chicken, Mmmm. Afterwards we went back to the hostel and I wasn’t feeling so great so I went to bed and the other girls went out. I’m not going to lie, but it was actually really nice to just rest after being on a bus all night driving to Berlin. Plus I got to chat with my French roommates because they weren’t going out since they had early plans for the next morning. They’re actually really ...
... the streets of Prenzlauer Berg (a neighbourhood in Berlin), where we had falafels, German tapas (or a non-traditional take on traditional German food, as our guide put it) and wonderful desserts. Berlin is a very bike-friendly city (and very flat!) so after four hours of walking it was nice to have a leisurely ride down picturesque, shady streets and quaint neighbourhoods. I was struck by how new everything seems ...
It must be unbearable to apply for a visa as an asylum seeker or somebody whose life depends on this particular visa. I was frustrated and stressed enough as it was and mine was only for touristic purposes. This is a crazy world. I have a lot of admiration for immigrants, not only for leaving their entire lives behind, but for being able to make it through the visa process! Today I had my battle face on. I was going to get this Indian visa and nobody was going to stop me. I ...
... you'll know what I mean when you see it. So got to the abandoned camp and entered quite easily, over a broken concrete fence post and past the barbed wire.....wandered round for a while taking in the sheer size of the place, as I was I saw some other people in the distance, not sure if they were exploring as I was or some kind of securlty, either way I wasn't prepared to spend a ...
... Orison Swett Marsden
And the food they order us for our dinner after the show is incredible too. It's from their friends restaurant up the road, a young Afghani bloke who lost both parents in the war, ended up in Germnay at 14 on route to somewhere else, was detained and adopted and now at 24 has his own restaurant (Afghan for Hope (never lose it!) and the food is magic. Absolutely lecker, even as takeaway.
'The more generous we are, the more ...