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... of Polish prisoners who, after the Army liberated them, went looking for one of the main bosses of the camp with shovels in hand. In the photograph, you see this bossman lying on the ground before the two prisoners as they are about to strike him, as a couple of Army soldiers look on. I can't imagine the emotion and adrenaline that must have been going through these prisoners' bodies. Think about it... for YEARS you've endured the beatings and abuse ...
... in my size, so I happily changed in to it and put my own clothes in to a bag to carry around all night. I now fit in a bit better, as the whole group I am with had on variations of the traditional German clothing. Walking in to Oktoberfest is like floating in to the perfect adult playground. Games, rides, beer people and fun, I couldn't have asked for more! Our tour guide, Jules, took us first to a spinning schnapps booth and then for sorbet vodka shots, ...
... brilliant. And my second host, Sabrina, let me and another Aussie guy crash on her floor, despite the fact she was in the middle of university exams. And she cooked up a delicious vegan feast for us one night (see, it wasn't all meat and beer!). And she showed me one of the coolest spots in Munich, which has become one of my favourite travel experience so far. One night, we were chilling out and having beers with her friends from the ...
Day 2, officially
So I arrived in Munich on Wednesday - to be greeted by the realisation that my iPhone had either gone walkabouts or had been stolen somewhere between Melbourne and Dubai. Not such an auspicious beginning.
However, I managed to lug my 2 (massively heavy) suitcases, backpack and giant handbag (jam-packed with such heavy items as wooden clog-type shoes) from the airport to the S-bahn to the bus to Candidplatz to Oma's apartment. ...
... buildings in the city, to navigate to their targets (for example, they'd be told to bomb a building three blocks east of the Frauenkirche, perhaps Munich's most famous church). It was just one of the many interesting tidbits of information we picked up from Ozzie, and many of us offered him a generous and well-deserved tip at the end of the four-hour tour.
Here are a few other highlights from our ...
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