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It's taken me a few days to detox from Berlin, and to process what I thought of the city.
The place is insane -- not because of the bullet-hole pocked walls (though there's that) -- and not because there's a bar that overlooks a monkey enclosure (though there's that too). But because in Berlin, you have the sense of being in several time periods at once. The buildings have so many stories to tell, so many identities to ...
... come here, since it's an active government building you have to book a certain time in advance with names and birth dates of all members of your party, and then present passports on arrival, and go through security stations just like at the airport. Ben bought a laser-pointer from a guy on the street in Paris and it was confiscated here. (Returned upon exiting, of course.) After eating we walked around on the roof, overlooking the city in all directions. The ...
... and had a rather cute young lady climb up on my shoulders and do a handstand.
On our final day in Berlin we did a Street art tour and workshop, which we both loved. It was something a little different than what we have been doing. We were shown a heap of different street art sights, nothing like Banksy's but massive murals on the sides of buildings. The guy who took the tour was a different cat but was right ...
... very difficult trying to think of different ways to ask simple things like if we can drink the tap water. We have soon realised how important hand gestures are when a person does not understand our accent or language. So if you're planning on going away I'd suggest practising with a few games of charades... we are now professionals! With another month left of travelling, I'm sure it will bring several more challenges to overcome and amazing places to ...
... real-time electronic communication and infinite storage possibilities are just some of the digital culture perspectives that are now widely disseminated. At the same time as these phenomena are still shrouded in the glossy aesthetics of the digital, their tarnished appeal cannot be denied in a world where 'big data' is also the 'big brother' of mass surveillance and where the 'cloud' is made of the metals and minerals of the 'earth' on which data centers ...