In Germany they say that “the Japanese come to Europe to see ten cities in five days.” (Rough translation) I’ve been in Europe for two and a half months and I’ve seen some of Britain and I’ve lived in Germany, … Continue reading
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The last time my mother visited Berlin half the city was still barred to her access beyond the Berlin Wall. Wandering alongside its famed East Side Gallery and visiting the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe I can’t help … Continue reading
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Tagged Berlin, Blogging, Cold War, DDR, East Side Gallery, Germany, holidays, Holocaust, museums, remembrance, the Berlin Wall, tourism, Travel, travel writing
today my ex wished me a “Happy Valentine’s Day” I didn’t really know how to respond to that.
(Don’t worry it was a mistake- and it was only really a small part of it to boot) And I think all the spray paint I’ve been using lately has finally gone to my head and I’m beginning to feel … Continue reading