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... Very traditional costume parade with traditional attire, floats, and lots of music. Then wlsaw the St. Peters church before heading to the BMW museum. Very cool place with all kinds of vehicles to look at. Finally got a chance toneat some pork knuckle in a beer hall. Really good stuff before heading to the Deuchets museum. Got there right with 1 hour before closing so was free to go in. Now back at apartment ready to head back down to festival for round ...
... can't find the place anywhere because all of them are closed!! Eventually we checked with some of the locals as to where the public washing is and finally got there! Adam and I started by separating to get colours or something, blacks and blues and whites or something like that??? We know we have heard our mums use these words but never knew what they meant. Anyhow, Our travelling mother was ...
... and Munich extracted another umbrella from our wallets!
We ooooh-ed and aaaaah-ed our way through many of the shops that line Karlsplatz, Marienplatz and the rest of this district.
Had to get my iPhone fixed as it's been having severe battery issues recently so booked into the Apple Genius bar (a mere 3 hour wait!), then wandered our way through the Viktualienmarkt. The displays of fresh fruit, cheeses, wines, bread and arts really make you ...
... in for the long afternoon of drinking that was in front of us. The beer hall wasn't that full, but it was rowdy enough with the band playing away right there in front of us, and plenty of English stag parties around doing their best to take over. They weren't. Idiots. Finally the moment came where I'd tormented my senses long enough. I was hungry, and desperately craving some legendary Oktoberfest pork knuckle! Along with it I ordered another stein, and within 10 minutes ...
... After climbing to nearly the top of the tree, the
tapper empties a plastic gas can that he has rigged to the tree to hold the
liquid coming out of a hollow wood tube that he has inserted in precisely the
correct spot. He fills a plastic bottle with the palm wine, then reattaches the
can to the tube to receive the next batch.
Tapping palm trees for pal wine usually eventually kills the
tree. That seemed to not be a big deal in villages far upcountry, which ...