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... outside of Munich. I've met many Germans on this trip, more than on any previous Oceania cruise, and I am sure it is related to the huge German wave of emigration to South America in the mid 1800's.
So, I was able to take a nice nap, do some laundry, some work, and even read a bit of the book I brought (thanks, ...
... waited for an hour to try and get a taxi but couldnt find one so they waved down the military police and got them to call one for them. After not being able to get into where she was staying he asked the concierge to google the address of the hostel where he was staying because he didnt remember and then took a cab back to the hostel forgetting that he still didnt know the code for the door. Instead of ringing ...
... the boys got their bearings we grabbed a bratwurst each and then the first slip of 10 beer tickets. They disappeared pretty quickly.We stood around dancing and drinking listening to the music and to be honest in a little confused as to where the time went, but at 2am the placed closed and it was time to leave. I lost sam at some point in the night so I watched a beer skulling competition before sharing a cab home with ...
... volume at which i was listening to music was far beyond the level that i would regularly have it, but i had no choice.
So when it was time for sam and i to wake up, no sound was spared. I broke the major hostel rules of not turning on the light too early, playing around with the zips on my bag, and scrunching my plastic bags, just for the hell of it. He wasn't snoring when i'd finished, so mission complete waking him up. We got brekky and caught the bus to Jardim Alemão ...
... the currywurst was real German and the pretzels were delicious.
Each night we did the same, I started to learn and sing along to the songs and dance like a Bavarian. It definitely released my long suppressed German side. Each night Tatiana's parents would leave a dish of something for us when we got in at 2/3am. And they cooked us a huge pot of Feijoada for lunch one afternoon. It's the national dish of bean and pork stew with rice. That is some feat considering ...