It has been a while since I was able to send load to the Philippines but life got pretty hectic for me these past few weeks. I was in the middle of arranging a trip with some friends you see and so everyone was doing something and there was no time to send load or do anything else. But now that the trip is over I can tell you everything in this letter. I wanted call you up but you insisted on exchanging posts so I obliged.
About a dozen of us guys went to Munich to celebrate a friend’s birthday and get some much needed rest and relaxation in before the long work days ahead. Our arrival was just at the same time that Munich was holding its dark beer festival. The fest was like a mini Oktoberfest. So when we arrived we headed straight to Paulaner Beer Hall. I remembered that I was preparing to send load from Germany to the Philippines during this time. I wanted to because I was so amazed at how big this beer house was. I just wanted to tell what I’m seeing to someone. It did not seem like any old pub but resembled a stadium nonetheless. It was huge.
It was so amazing how the people here celebrate beer fests. I wonder how life is here when there are no beer festivals and people are just living normal days. The beer keg we ordered earlier arrived. In line with the dark beer festival of course we were about to drink Munich’s dark beer. The lager was not as intense in terms of the flavor. The beer was pretty tasty and easy to drink. All of us had almost finished the entire thing in a matter of minutes.
There were some pretzels that were offered to us but these were not treats and were the saltiest bunch of pretzels any of us have ever tasted. I was wondering why I could not reach you then. Turns out something was wrong with the network I was using and I was not able to send load Germany to Philippines during the entire trip. Back to the pretzels, they were rock hard and you could not pick the salt of even if you died trying. They were inedible. Good thing the beer was excellent. It was still a great first day in Germany.
An article from Jimmy Reyes – Morbie Customer