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Alright, I have officially begun my european adventure. After driving to LA, getting on a plane for 12 hours with two screaming babies and not sleeping at all, getting on a train and meeting evelyn, getting on a subway, and then a final 1 mile walk after being completely lost, we have finally arrived at our apartment in munich. Naturally, the first thing i did was get on my ...
... this morning.
So far today, Dan has sat in a chair, I have played with a rubber band and Angus has brushed his teeth; we're a bit tired so it hasn't been the most active day of our lives.
In other news, Dan went to a pharmacy and started a semi-serious relationship with the girl behind the counter, and we put some clothes in a washing machine.
Until next time,
The Henley Lads
... Snow was still falling and it was
very cold. The city is just so old - the buildings are so much older than
Australia so it is hard to believe that they are still standing and that they
are still in use!
The streets are cobble stone and each
building is different to the next even though they are technically joined
together. All the buildings are three
and four stories high. Each is adorned
with statues that are painted in ...
... great English of course.
A little rain as we drove home and in to bed after a cup of tea.
Wed Jan 2 ... Woke after 8. Spoke with Jenny and Max for his birthday. Later we spoke with Mum who sounds much better and is looking forward to leaving hospital.
About 11 we caught a train into Munich with Andrea. From the city centre we went by underground to a shop that sold cross stitch patterns and Cheryl bought half a dozen pieces. Back into the city we did some ...
... some time - keen to finish a Mauve Binchey nobel before we leave. Pleasant but short visit from the Vetters as they dropped in our passports and wallet left in Irsee - we will be forever grateful to them for this. We are bona fide again!
Later we really enjoyed a tour of Norbert's School - a High School by our standards. Great opportunity to note the similarities and differences in school buildings - notably the need for indoor coridoors, a large canteen that seats 150 ...