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... We eventually fell asleep just after 1am
Aaron and Helen woke up around 3am to get ready for the airport. I decided to get up as well to pack my bags to save some time. I knew as soon as they left I would go straight back to sleep until check out time. Once they packed showered and changed and pack their bags it was time to say goodbye. I was sad they were leaving. I really wish they could of stayed longer like how it was in Thailand.
After they left I went ...
... spatzle and pretzels at the Ayinger beer hall in Munich
3) Most pleasant experience that I didn't see coming: Hot beer!
4) Least pleasant experience I didn't see coming: a McDonald's of Auschwitz
5) Most unusual travel moment: well, read on.
So normally that would be the blog end, cleverly and concisely summing up our trip, and heading home on our 6am flight in the morning. And that's what we had anticipated when we went ...
... if they'd have the right oil, but they did and all was well so I poured it into the engine, gave them back the empty bottle and made by way back to the hostel, of course in the now pouring rain. I'd let Jess know that she should go to the walking tour without me and that I'd catch up, but she was literally walking out the door as I walked back in. I dumped my helmet and jacket lining since it was quite warm (even if wet), and we went to the meeting ...
... up with a few of his friends we started doing, dare I say it, shots. So the night turned into another one full of randomness.
It’s always good fun meeting random people who are fascinated by an Australian. Then I laid eyes on a beautiful Slovakian woman across the room, and everything else just stopped. I figured Dan was off chasing tail of his own, so I left with the girl and we went off to several other bars together. Her name was ...
... since the middle ages. But underneath the Square you could view the layers of archaeology and history of the city, in the most fabulous interactive, modern museum - Poland has a gift in modern museums, the few we visited were all so fabulous. I was quite excited seeing ‘real’ medieval archaeology that has only yet existed in books and movies for me.