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... forget, and it was interesting to see the reaction the next day as well. Everyone was very quiet although still proudly sporting their German colours.
Up next I’m heading to the Czech Republic. I’ve been spending way too much money, especially after my trip to Scandinavia, so I’ll need to take it easy for a bit and spend time in some cheaper countries. That doesn’t mean I won’t be having fun, so anticipate some more crazy stories to come.
... 70s. Capoeira dancing, dreads, peace and love. So when am I moving to Germany? ? ? Also east Germany is the more left wing part, very anti-capitalistic, so a lot of the signs were referring to politics. Truly, the highlight of my trip thus far, something I will carry with me for the rest of my life, I think.
I arrived in Berlin on Tuesday. Where to begin really. The city is covered in street art, its vibrant and alive and every neighbourhood is ...
... for dinner already.
We are trying to plan out our last few weeks on the rail pass to make the most of the money we spent on it. We are also trying to avoid our room since it smells to high heaven.
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... onto a dance floor where the droning buzz of electronic music fills your head with tinnitus. Miks is a glimpse into the cities alternative image one that doesn't mesh with the traditional attractions in the city center. It's a glimpse into the evolving cultural practices of Germany's younger and politically undivided generation. Despite the look of the techno dungeon it turns out not to be nearly as sinister as our first impressions might make it seem. The people we ...
... to head to the airport. The ride back took longer than the ride from. I think one reason was traffic. The other was that the idiot standing by the door kept blocking the sensors. EVERY time the bus stopped, it took several minutes and a yelling bus driver to get him to move the 3 inches away from the door and remain there until the door closed.
Again, it's a small airport, so I took all of 5 minutes to get through security. I had time for a pretzel that was ...