Alone in Germany

Comment / 11/30/2015

Last month, I went to Germany alone. I entered the country as lonely as a solo traveler could be. I ate alone, drank alone, and walked alone. But along the way, I met people, made new friends and rekindled old ones. By the time I left the country, I was no longer alone.

I had the opportunity to be hosted by several German friends around the country, I partied with them, drink with them, and hung out with them. I experienced the alternative culture in Berlin. I lost my bag in Cologne (http://blog.bucketlistly.com/post/132467427542/bag-stolen-germany-cologne). I celebrated my Birthday with a Pool match and a rap battle concert in Dresden. It was a hell of a ride.

As the saying goes, "Happiness is only real when shared". We, humans, are social animals. No matter how independent we are, at the end of the day, we need our friends.. and good friends are everywhere if you know where to find them.

This is what I experienced in Germany. Enjoy.
Locations: Stuttgart, Rottweil, Munich, Erlangen, Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg, Luneburg, Leipzig, Dresden, Nuremberg, and Frankfurt

Camera Gear: http://blog.bucketlistly.com/post/145558191893/travel-photography-gear-guide-light-travel
Song: There is a dark place by Tom Rosenthal (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sW0ljH4VW0w)
Speech: Jim Carrey Commencement Speech 2014 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V80-gPkpH6M)


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