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We explored the East Berlin region today very interesting walking around the Checkpoint Charlie area or otherwise known as the Wall. The whole East area is very edgy like Fitzroy, Collingwood and Brunswick St all rolled into one. We called into an op shop and explored the hand made items such as jewellery there as well as clothes.
This area of Berlin is covered in graffiti and in keeping with Ingram's tag we ...
Today was my last day in Finland (at least until next time), so I bade farewell to Pentti and Freja, as Heddi and I went to have a last walk around Helsinki before I needed to depart. After packing up, we caught a train into town and left my luggage in a locker so we could walk around freely. We walked down to Tölöd and enjoyed a walk around the lake and park, making sure we stopped for a coffee (it wouldn't be Finland if we didn't).
After returning, I recovered my bag, ...
... party at her lovely flat near tierpark.. Which Paul and I have learnt this week means animal park! We have found this funny tv series called extr@ which is almost a German version of the 90s classic 'friends' - even the intro music is similar. It's all in German however spoken quite slowly with very universal sitcom themes which make it easy for us to understand. I think it was designed for those speaking German as a second language. It's ...
... Tove'st, kelle mõrvas kuri kuninganna. Seega ainet grandioosseks muusikaks. Kirglik armastus viib metsikusse surma, surnud sööstavad öösel hauast meeletule ratsaretkele, mis vaibub päikesetõusul.
Waldemar peale Tove surma:
Mit Toves Stimme flüstert der Wald
mit Toves Augen schaut der See
mit Toves Lächeln leuchten die Sterne
... ppl in every aspect. Education, holidays where to live, religion (or lack of). The soviets put the wall up in 62 because they were sick of everyone going to the west. There it stood until 89 when the Soviet Union fell apart. Ppl weren't allowed to ever leave east Germany though family cold get in from the west to visit after a few years. The DDR museum focused on life under the iron curtain. Very interesting. Then I went into a ...