Back to Nuremberg

Manu´s house might as well be the mock-UN. He seemed to always have people there from all over the place. This time when I pulled up the door was answered by a guy with no shirt on who was shaving. Turns out his name is Shay, he´s from Canada and speaks Hebrew, German, and English.

Shay might be one of the funniest and friendliest people I´ve ever met. He had a habit of offering sandwiches and had a thing for quoting Dave Chapelle. Manu met him while traveling through the south of France.

Shay!

Shay!

Mia also made a guest appearance for the weekend. She´s from Finland and we all met in Sevilla. I didn´t think I´d see her so soon again, but we did, and I´m not going to complain.

Manu´s parents were out of town. That basically meant drinking and playing ¨sing star¨, which as far as I know is a German phenomenon similar to Guitar Hero but karaoke. We even went to a club, although I´ll admit that´s a little hazy (too much German beer). Then, we returned home to sleep away the next day.

This is supposed to be a club, under the influence of German beer. Effective capturing of the moment I'd say.

This is supposed to be a club, under the influence of German beer. Effective capturing of the moment I'd say.

Manu the morning after. On couch.Manu the morning after. On couch.

It was pretty much decided the first time in Nuremberg that I wasn´t going to be able to bike back to Frankfurt and spend any decent time in Nuremberg with friends. So a German carpooling site, mitfahrgelegenheit, came to the rescue and I found a ride back up to Frankfurt where I could then catch a bus to the airport. At 1 am I met a random couple leaving a huge music festival in Nuremberg for Frankfurt and 24 hours later I was on a plane headed for Pisa, Italy.

Snails after a rainy day

Snails after a rainy day

So cool!

So cool!

A very beautiful farewell from Mother Nature.

A very beautiful farewell from Mother Nature.

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