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2014 has been an epic year.
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... silence. There were a lot of people visiting today, but no one was talking, mostly out of respect and probably a little shock at what occurred on the premises. The next thing you notice is the sheer size of the camp area - it was like a small city onto itself. Almost all of the buildings are gone now - destroyed at the end of the war, but gravel pits in the shapes of barracks represent what it would've looked like. A few have been rebuilt using the materials ...
... everywhere you looked there was some kind of statue or beautiful flowers to look at, you could get lost in there for hours! Unfortunately we didn't get to see the easy side gallery as we ran out of time, but like Robbie reminds me, we can't see everything! The thing that surprised me the most about this city is that most of it is a rebuild, and it's only be done in the last 10-15 years!!! I would love to go back to Berlin as there is still so much to see, learn and ...
... bread…gah I need to stop talking about cheese, I’m drooling on my laptop.
Berlin was incredible, I would definitely go back! Staying with Isabell, Olaf and of course Benji who came in to wake us up with morning kisses every day, was amazing, we can’t thank them enough for taking us in and looking after us! I learnt so much more about Germany’s history, and how much Germans love football. I would definitely recommend visiting Berlin and the amazing friendly ...
... t make it through to the next round.. they ran the slam a bit differently: they had 8 poets total, 2 performed at a time and then judged by cheers from the audience which would go through to the next round. I lost out to the guy who ended up winning the slam, so I don't feel too bad about that.
Finally we headed to this party. Doors were meant to open at 11am but by the time they ushered us all through we'd been waiting about half an hour. The place ...