Riding Waves in Munich.

Greeting hopeless wanderer,

I hope you are having a great trip.

If you look at this photo in isolation, it is hard to tell where this whole situation is taking place, but apparently, it is the famous natural wave called EisBach in central Munich right next to Englischer Garten. There are plenty of guys ready to get wet and cool (because apparently, the temperature of the water is quite chilly), and plenty of people who take photos of those attempts to show off their surfing skills or the lack of those.


It was quite a hot day in Munich, around 33 degrees Celsius so it was tempting to jump in and join the wet crowd.


But instead, we joined the biergarten crowd cheering with heavy glasses of German beer, which was so fresh and tasty that it was perhaps the fastest consumption of a 1-litre glass I ever did.

Summer is such a beautiful time of the year when you are not in the Middle East.

This kind of sky, as our German friend Erik said, is typical Bavarian skies, and the Bavarian flag is inspired by this combination of blue and white.


Much love, my friends,



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