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... not so traditional market, we went back to Augsburg and crashed out completely. Monday morning, we farewelled charly and Hubert as they went to work, and then Paul and I left at about 11. We collected some supplies from the supermarket and embarked on another 12 hour multiple train journey back to berlin. Tired, grumpy and hungry (not a good combination) we arrived in Berlin at about 1am, and went straight to bed... A beautiful weekend!! Thanks To our lovely ...
Friday Paul and I Spent the day here at Charlys place whilst she was at work. We had a lazy day doing our washing and watching movies. We watched a great movie called 'dear lemon Lima,' which was very cute and reminded me a little of napoleon dynamite.
Charly picked Hubert up from the airport at 6pm. He had spent the week in Mayoka with his friends.
They both arrived home just before 7pm and we quickly got ready for the Mexican Independence Day party! The ...
... we have already
mentioned the commitment the Germans have to recycling,.. another amazing thing
is their commitment to solar power. It
seems every farm we passed had HUGE areas of solar cells standing in the fields
collecting power from the sun. I mean
HUGE areas,... multiple football field sizes (one of the photos included). I
don’t know how it works here,.. whether they use their own solar energy or put
it in to the ...
In the morning Astrid takes us to see the grave of her father Helmut and the graves on my grandparents at the old cemetery in Lechhausen. Graveyards are very well tended in Germany, with much effort made in planting.
We also visit a church in the fields near Ottmaring. It is a very ornate baroque church, and even contains a glass case with a dressed-up skeleton said ...
... Germans” euthanized the retarded and the mentally ill. “The Germans” used concentration camp prisoners as slave labor in the war effort.
The effect is to hammer home the national responsibility. Indeed, all German school children are required to visit a concentration camp with their class. They deserve some credit for consistent effort. (When was the last time you read that “The Americans” enslaved, beat, and sold Africans simply to bolster their own ...