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... as possible to give you the best and most realistic impression of my of my daily life in and around New Zealand. (I'm planning to visit both isles.) My trip starts in Auckland on the North Isle. I'll post pictures and videos as well as short messages to let you know where I`m at and what I`m doing.
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Last night after a quick stop for pizza we visited a Munich institution: Hofbrauhaus beer hall, a place I'd previously enjoyed visiting on Alex's stag do. Lauren was keen to experience the almost 2 pint steins and they didn't disappoint. We were there for quite some time enjoying the beer and the band playing traditional German music. I don't know if it's the beer or the glass, or if you just get caught up ...
... recalls an actual noble wedding that took place in 1568. Here the Knights are jousting in front of the happy bride and groom.
We indulged in a light dinner at the Dallmayr Delicatessen, the "delicatessen to kings and aristocrats". Each department here was more exotic and upscale than the last. The produce was as beautiful as ...
For lunch Paul and I shared a mushroom soup, which was creamy and full of field mushrooms. It actually tasted really fresh. We also had a pretzel and had a little bit of cheese from the cheese platter that Sebastian ordered.
It was a fun morning, however I think the rookie error was that perhaps we started a bit early and shouldn't have stayed in the one tent because the boys got a little drunk and then went out wandering and we lost them for a good ...
... to be full of tourists (especially Aussies) wearing cheap imitation lederhosen. Instead, I entered a magical fantasyland of joy, music and rainbows. The crowd was a mix of young and old; men and women; locals and tourists (still, not too many Aussies, thankfully). And almost everyone was dressed up in lederhosen and dirndls; it was a marvellous scene. And the atmosphere inside the tents was wonderful. Camaraderie, chatting, singing, dancing. I didn't even know they were going ...