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... We were in line at 8 40 and the doors didn’t open til 10. When the doors did open it was so hard to move as we were all being squished through this narrow doorway trying to get to a table for some fresh Mass. We made it through the sardine can doorway and got to the tables that Phil and his buddies must have kicked and scratched for right near the band. Rach Briony and I sat on one table trying to hold it for the rest of Phils friends and his mother so they had somewhere to sit ...
... br> After the long plane rides we finally arrived in Munich Germany, we struggled
with the different ways of driving with everything being on the left side and
got lost on the way to the hotel many times, looking outside Munich we saw the
building designs of Munich, homes were tall six
story buildings which contained several flats, brightly coloured
throughout the city. No homes were by themselves with a backyard like the ones
we have back in Australia, the only ...
... to pee about every 20 minutes-no lie) and then got a drink. It was a hot summer day and we wanted to stay hydrated. I knew my dad was looking forward to coming to the camp, so I decided to let him go on his own and the kids and I would meet up with him a couple of hours later. I wanted to be careful about what the kids saw and heard while we explored the camp. The 3 of us headed to the main gate where the prisoners would enter. We saw the old railroad tracks and ...
apparently pressure to going out drinking with the office crew is diminishing a
bit these days.
Drinks in Korea include soju, a sort of clear wine/liquor
combo that neither Lori nor I were particularly fond of. There’s also a sort of
corn brew that my students ordered for all of us when I took them out to lunch
one day. It is a cloudy yellowish color, and has a mild pretty pleasant taste.
Then there’s of course the assortment ...
... close to 500 American dollars on booking it. This didn't include the food or alcohol for the weekend. It was totally worth every penny we spent.
So Thursday night came when we would board the 8 hour charter bus. We all thought it would be smart to do a little pregaming before so we could just crash and wake up early Friday morning and be in Germany...Lets just say Schreinski went a little too hard! First we get to the train station to meet the rest ...