Back to where I belong.
My luggage finally arrived late Monday night. I spent most of the day trying to talk to someone, anyone, associated with British Airways. Note to self: Don't ever fly BA again!
So after a very long, hot shower I was out and about on Tuesday. I knew of course that I had to revisit my home-away-from-home, the Hofbräu house, a very large and famous beer hall built by some Royal Dude a very long time ago because he thought the Bier in Munich was awful. Google it, it has a very interesting history.
The best part of sitting in the Hofbräu House is meeting people from all over the world. I am surprised by all the tourists that are here this time of year. There are a lot of Americans as well as a lot of Asians visiting here. I had a very nice chat with two South Korean college students - one spoke broken English, the other no English at all. So what often happens at the Hofbräuhaus there are a series of translations - here, it was a running process of me translating German to English to the one student and then she would translate to Korean for her friend. It's sort of neat.
Once again, it was/is clear that people are the same from all over the world.
Until next time, be safe, be good and remember, it's a small world after all (try to get that tune out of your head).