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On Saturday my host family went to the "Ritzaualm" in Kufstein in Austria. To go right to the top of the mountain is a two day walk so we thought we would just do the short walk.
The views that we were rewarded with at the top were spectacular. Once we returned from the walk we all had a short sleep because we were all exhausted.
That night I went to Joshua's house for the night which was fun. On Sunday we had a quiet afternoon at home then my host family treated me to a very nice German meal at a restaurant in our town called the 'Wirt Von Dred'.
The museum complex housed a number of houses that date back to the 17th Century. What was particularly noteworthy was that the doorways to the houses were extremely low indicating that the people of this era were very short.
They lived to about 40 years of age and this was due to extremely difficult living conditions with severe winters keeping them housebound.
Open fires in the house would be flueless and hence parts of the house, including the kitchen would be filled with smoke and this would adversely affect health.
The beds were all very small and were totally enclosed box beds. Our students were bemused by the fact that chickens were kept in the kitchen to encourage them to lay in the winter as outside was far too cold.
After the very informative tour of Amerang, we reboarded the coach and travelled to the Chiemsee, the largest lake in Bayern.
The fog by this time cleared just as we entered Prien. We went by boat to the Castle Herrenchiemsee which was the residence of King Ludwig II, the infamous Ludwig who also built two more castles, the world famous Neuschwanstein which formed the basis of Disneyland's castle and Lindenhof, the smallest and arguably the best of the three.
A very busy day but a great experience for all, many thanks to Sabine and Gerd for being with us that day.
Not doubt it wasn't overly stressful for them, however, we appreciated their good humour and company. The students were involved in Hinterglasmalerei , a traditional form of painting where the artist paints behind glass to produce their pieces.
Historically the motifs were religious and honoured the Saints such as St. Florian the patron saint who protected houses from fire and St.
Antonius the patron saint for returning lost items. Methinks he was smiling on Max and Elisha at various points.
The students produced their masterpieces through the morning and will be taking them back to Australia to families. I'd like to take this opportunity to acknowledge Frau Peklo's time, support and encouragement through the workshop.
In the afternoon, directly after school the entire exchange group caught the train to Westerham to visit Herr Rutz who back in Bright in March had invited the entire group to a Grill BBQ at his place.
Once we arrived at his house we conveyed all drinks, food, seats etc down along the river to a small clearing right on the river.
Again, the students were also warmly received by both Herr Rutz and his wife. We ate Semmeln breadrolls with scrumptious pork sausage and a very tasty salad.
The Mangfall river flowing right past us was a lovely backdrop. Thanks to the Rutz family for providing a tremendous Barbie and great company as well.
It really was good for the German students to be reacquainted with their previous Direktor Principal and for the Aussies to make their connection with Herr Rutz again after the Passau trip.
After negotiating various questions and areas through the town the group ended up in the beautiful Bad Aibling Kurpark, voted as one of the top 5 parks in Germany.
We went into the Heimatmuseum. A very enthusiastic guide took us through the museum and showed us many relics. Of particular note was some of the artefacts that were found in Bad Aibling including several swords dating back to the Roman times and a mammoth tusk that was found in the Moors.
The town of Bad Aibling dates back to the 8th Century and it was difficult for our Aussie students to conceptualise this as we can't imagine any civilisation as such being so old.
Some of our students are sure to revisit the museum as they were entranced by the information. Later on in the afternoon we went to the Therme Bad Aibling which is a swimming pool complex that also houses various spas, saunas, and unique bathing areas.
Students were allowed the whole afternoon in the complex gratis thanks to the Bad Aibling Shire. Friday night many of us watched Deutschland play Turkey in a European Cup qualifier.
This match was played in Berlin and was particularly interesting because Berlin is the largest Turkish populated city outside Turkey. Germany won and with about 20 minutes to go, half the crowd left the stadium.
Today, again we were greeted with fog and it fell like very light drizzle. Bad Feilnbach is the Wandi of the area and the Apfelmarkt allows local producers of apples to showcase their wares.
It was my first visit and both Michelle and I were really impressed with the market. They were selling and demonstrating just about everything including cars, solar panels, bathroom finishes and delectable local produce and foods such as Steckelfisch fish on a stick , humongous trout slow cooked over hot coals.
In the tents, traditional Bayerische Gerichte was consumed with Bavarian bands playing traditional tunes. I must say this was probably the best market I have been to, the atmosphere was great, the crowds manageable in relation to numbers, I never felt overwhelmed by hordes of people and there was plenty of space to sit down and eat and drink in relative quiet despite the music playing in the background.
Leaving the market we glanced across to the right and saw the last rays of the sun shining resplendently on the Wendelstein, the iconic mountain in this area.
What a tremendous way to finish off what was a great day. Kletterwald in Prien. Heute waren wir im Kletterwald in Prien.
Das war echt schön. Zuerst hat man eine Sicherheitseinführung bekommen, wie man den Gurt richtig anlegt und die Karabiner einhängt.
Danach durften wir selbst losklettern. Es gibt unterschiedliche Höhen: 2 - 14 Meter. Zwei Pfade in 12 und 14 Meter Höhe darf man erst ab 12 bzw.
An einer Station kannst du z. Es gibt viele verschiedene Variationen zu bewältigen, wie z. Am Ende eines Parcours konnte man mit einer Art Seilbahn nach unten fahren.
Am schwierigsten fand ich, die Seilschlaufen, die lose in der Luft gebaumelt sind, zu durchqueren. Ein frei stehender 8 Meter hoher Baumstamm wurde aufgestellt.
Dort kann man hochklettern und im freien Fall nach unten springen. Magdalena Huber. Kristallwelten in Wattens. Last Sunday, my host family took me to Austria, to the Swarovski Crystal museum.
During the drive I observed the beautiful scenery, the mountains were so majestic and huge, I was just amazed.
We stopped just before we got to Austria, and my host mother bought a sticker so we could go into Austria.
Chrissi then asked me; "Do you need to buy one of these when you drive your car to another country in Australia?
Once we were at Swarovski, we went for a small walk in the gardens, which were beautiful and filled with lovely sculptures. We got inside the museum and we wer e astonished by amazing crystal sculptures and artwork.
But obviously someone did. After we had been through the whole museum we went into the shop and browsed all of the jewellery. It was all very expensive but really nice.
Samantha Young Am Sonntag, den Es war ein sehr schöner Tag. Seit langem hat mal wieder die Sonne gescheint und wir konnten wunderbar die Berge in Österreich sehen.
Als er am Abend zurückkam war er erstmal etwas müde. Nachdem meine Eltern bei Verwanten waren, machten wir uns ein paar Pizzen. Am Sonntag dann sind wir früh aufgestanden, damit wir früh Richtung München fahren könnten.
Mit dem Auto fuhren wir ungefähr um nach Aying und von dort aus mit dem Zug nach München zum Oktoberfest.
Dort war es dann sehr voll und wir haben in mehrere Bierzelte geschaut um einen Sitzplatz zu finden um etwas zu trinken. Danch probierte er noch ein halbes Hendel und eine bayrische Breze.
Nachdem wir gegessen hatten besichteten wir noch die Bavariastatue und die St. Peters Kirche. Bei der zurückfahrt traffen wir noch meine Schwester die übers Wochenende weggefahren war.
Als wir zu Hause ankammen machte meine Mutter für uns alle einen Schweinsbraten, der Nathan denke ich geschmeckt hatte. Nachdem wir gegessen hatten sind wir alle langsam ins Bett gegangen und haben uns auf Montag vorbereitet.
Wolfgang Radke. Our Chiemsee Experience. Today we have just got home from our day trip to Chiemsee, a large lake about an hour by bus from Bad Aibling.
After arriving at school at normal time, approx. After what was a very short trip in comparison to others i've done whilst in Germany we arrived to a sunny and reasonably warm day in Chiemsee.
The lake has three islands: Herreninsel gentleman's island which is the largest and houses a monastery and Castle Herrenchiemsee, Fraueninsel lady' island which is much smaller, but is populated by a small village and a nunnery and the last is Krautinsel herb island , which is uninhabited.
We went by ferry to Herreninsel first, where we walked from the dock near the monastery to the Schloss Herrenchiemsee.
Why King Ludwig II wanted a third castle for himself on an island in a lake beats me. But they did say he was mad Anyway, we first caught sight of the castle from a side entrance.
It is a beautiful castle, but not as i expected it. It is not your typical castle with parapets and towers, but rather a grand building which makes you stop and look.
As we found out on our tour, Ludwig was quite a fan of the French King. We embarked on our separate journeys through the castle in our language groups, which we were very lucky to have because I can imagine that having the tour in another langauge wouldn't help improve the experience.
Unfortunately photography isn't allowed inside the castle, so sorry to all parents. But that didn't stop one sly figure in our group taking the old sneaky pic while the tour hostess wasn't around.
Oh, how we dislike him Besuch des Bauernhausmuseums Amerang und Fahrt zum Chiemsee. Oktober besichtigten wir das Bauernhausmuseum in Amerang und fuhren zum Chiemsee.
Um 8 Uhr fuhren wir von der Schule los. Zuerst besichtigten wir das Bauernhausmuseum in Amerang, wo wir Führungen in Deutsch für die Deutschen und in Englisch für die Australier hatten.
Es war ganz interessant. Eineinhalb Stunden später fuhren wir zum Chiemsee. Mit dem Boot ging es dann zur Herreninsel, wo uns das Schloss durch Führungen gezeigt wurde.
Wir wurden genauso aufgeteilt wie im Bauernhaus Museum. Dort konnte jeder auf eigene Faust die Insel erkunden. Dazu hatten wir eine Stunde Zeit.
Das war sehr schön, da es sonnig und warm war. Nun war es auch schon wieder an der Zeit, die Rückreise anzutreten.
Um ca. Es war ein sehr schöner und erlebnisreicher Tag. Ein ganz normaler Tag. Gestern war ein weniger aufregender Tag.
Wir deutschen hatten ganz normalen Unterricht während unsere Gastgeschwister an ihren Projekten arbeiteten. Kurz vor der Pause, gab es noch einen unerwarteten Feueralarm.
Am späten Nachmittag fuhren wir dann wieder nach Hause, da wir alle total müde waren. Sarah Reiser. Today was not a very exciting day.
We went to school as usual but we did start our Impressions Projects, which is good. I only had one normal school class because of it, which was even better.
We also had a practice fire drill, which was a lot quicker and more organised then ours back in Bright. After school I went with Sarah and Christina on the train to Rosenheim to go shopping.
I was shocked at how cheap some of the prices were. We went to an ice-creamery and got an ice-cream for only one euro compared to our 4 dollar ones back home.
We went to many stores and by the end of it I was very tired. I think that might have something to do with the fact that there was nearly a flight of stairs in every store, which I was not used to.
Hopefully we can all get a good nights rest and have a great day tomorrow in Chiemsee. A weekend in München.
On Saturday the 2nd, Franziska and I set off on our way to München for the weekend. We went by train which was mostly full of people who were on their way to the Oktober Fest.
Our first stop was to visit the Glockenspiel which was really nice. There were so many people who came to see it.
We spent a while there not realising how big it actually was and how much there was to see. I do admit though I wouldn't want to go there with any car lovers though because they could spend ages there reading about the history of the cars and motorbikes and how far they've come.
After our trip at the BMW museum we went back into the city and grabbed something to eat and drink and then it was time to do some shopping.
My plan was to buy some presents for my family but that didn't quite work out that way, instead we just went shopping for clothes for ourselves.
Once we started to get tired we went by train to Franziska's Aunty and Uncle's house where we stayed the night. Sunday the 3rd, Franziska, her uncle, her cousin and I were off to the Oktober Fest.
We met up with Peter and Max who joined us for the day. When we arrived I couldn't believe how many rides and rollercoasters there were.
By about 1pm we could hardly move from one place to another. There were so many people there, it was crazy. Once we were all tired of not being able to move we found our way out and went to the train station which took us about 45 minutes back into Rosenheim.
Then once we arrived home my host parents took Franziska and I to the closing of the Rosenheim Garden Festival. They had a live band there and at the end there was a bunch of fireworks which looked really cool and topped of a good weekend.
By Kayla Harris. Yesterday the 4th of October, we just had a normal school day, but Sam Y, Abbey L and I were running late to class because we were having a little bit of trouble finding the room.
Once we finally got there the teacher opened the door and as Abbey went to walk in, tripped over and the whole class was in hysterics, it was the funniest thing.
After school Angelina, Sam and I caught the bus to Rosenheim to go shopping. At about 3. Today the 5th of October was a just a normal school day again, we got to school and had our home group.
Then we all started on our Impressions projects, I think everyone's is coming along nicely. After school we caught the bus home and had some lunch, then we walked up to the Post Office.
Yesterday, I went with my family to Austria. We went there to hike up a moutain called Spitzstein. It was a bit of hard work, but the rewards were great.
It was a lovely day, very sunny and warm and so many people had the same idea as us. On the way up, we saw many ponies, that just like the cows the farmers had taken up to the moutains to graze.
They were all very friendly and we had great fun patting them. Once we had gotten to the top, we had some lunch, as always it was very yummy.
Whilst we were up there we had a couple of rounds of 'snap' and 'go-fish'. Although, my family are new to both games, they have caught on very quickly.
To my dismay, I often found myself falling behind. After a long time sitting down and relaxing, we decided that it was time we headed back down.
Although it was a shame to be leaving such beautiful views behind, I managed to take a lot of photos, so it wasn't as bad.
When we had finally completed our descent, we were all pretty worn out. So we headed off home. The afternoon was then pretty easy, we didn't do too much after that big trip.
It was a great day, I had a really good time and I would gladly do it every weekend. My stay in Germany seems to get better every day.
With so many things to see and do I don't miss home at all. Tag der Deutsche Einheit. Amidst all the celebrations of the th Anniversary of the Oktoberfest, it is easy to have overlooked another significant event, the 20th Anniversary of the Reunification of Germany.
Normally it is a national holiday but this year it fell on the Sunday and consequently may have been more subdued. Nevertheless, it is a momentous occasion and a cause for reflection.
Twenty years ago the two German independent states finally reunified after a terrible period of separation. Our students prior to their departure for Germany watched documentary footage of the many escape attempts and deprivations of liberties of those who lived in the former ironically named German Democratic Republic.
Celebrations in the form of concerts and street parties were held throughout the country. Tributes poured in from Obama and other dingitaries.
Ex Russian President Gorbachev who in essence was one of the architects of freedom and reunification also congratulated the Germans. Gorbachev was in Frankfurt on Saturday and announced that Germany was the shining light of countries who wanted to proceed towards democracy.
The German President Christian Wulff used the occasion to call for more unity and indicated that Muslims were also Germans in an effort to head off debate about differences.
An interesting atmospheric phenomenon allowed Bavarians to enjoy their magnificent natural surroundings in all its splendour yesterday.
A "foehn" wind drives warm air downward s from the Alps and creates quite pleasant temperatures. We ventured to the Tegernsee, a magnificent lake that takes your breath away and walked around part of it.
It was magnificent and a real crowd puller. There were many family groups and the environs also offer respite to people convalescing from various physical injuries.
I couldn't think of a more serene place to recover, it must do wonders for the mind as well as provide ample opportunities to go for gentle walks.
Today, our students started preparing for their Impressions Project "Eindruecke". They are to present these to both parents and students in the near future.
At our homegroups we have been discussing noteworthy differences between our two lands and cultures, interesting events etc.
Our group have delivered some quite intriguing observations which will hopefully be conveyed into their projects. This week, the partner Powerpoint presentations will be delivered to classes.
Wednesday will be a highlight with the trip to Amerang to see the year old farm and then the boat trip to the two islands on the Chiemsee, the largest lake in the area.
It's finally my turn to write a post so I think it's best to do it right away. We've all been here for around 10 days now and I'm pretty sure everyone is enjoying themselves a lot and having been doing quite a bit.
We all had our first week of school last week. It was a new experience for us all, even myself who has experienced it before.
A large section of the school has been relatively recently renovated and a very big amount has been added on since I was last here.
The way classes operate has also changed slightly. Last time, it was the teachers who would move between different classrooms where the students waited for the next class, but the school has since adopted a system in which each teacher has their own classroom and the students have to move around.
More like ours at home. I've been up to a few things w hilst I've been here. One day, I drove with my family to a town not too far away, and we stopped at the bottom of a mountain track.
We met up with a few other families there, including Ryan's and Eleisha Young's. We then proceded to make our way up the mountain.
It was a beautiful walk but extremely tiring. Once we reached the top, I was surprised to find a very, very nice restaurant at the top.
What was even more surprising was that it was almost full. It was a surprise because the only way up the mountain was the very tiring walking track.
I don't think I know many people in Australia that, of a weekend, would simply hike up a mountain for the sake of it.
But here it's quite common. That's only one example of the many, many things I and the others have been up to during our stay so far.
And there's still heaps more planned, and not planned. Homesickness hasn't really been a problem for me, probably because it's not my first time away from home for so long, and also probably because most of my home is here with me..
Especially when you can't talk to people regularly because of time differences. But hopefully with a bit more time, it won't be as bad.
This is just a small insight into the activities and feelings I'm sure most of us have been doing or having. I look forward to writing my next post.
Signing off, Joshua J. K usch Nun ist es soweit, die Australier sind schon seit 1 Woche und 4 Tagen hier.
Ich denke und bin auch der Meinung, dass sie sich alle schon in ihren Familien gut eingelebt haben. In der Schule kommen Sie auch schon gut zurecht und sind mit dem Wandern der Klassen zufrieden.
Ich habe mit meinem Austauschpartner Josh Kusch schon viel unternommen. Letze Woche war die ganze Austauschgruppe am Donnerstag und Freitag in Passau und konnten sich dort die Stadt anschauen.
Adrian Schubert. Am Freitag kamen wir ca. Da die letzten zwei Tage sehr angstrengend waren, haben wir uns erst mal erholt und relaxed.
Am Samstag besuchten wir das Oktoberfest, für mich war es auch das erste mal und es war eine schöne Erfahrung.
Danach machten wir noch einen kleinen Rundgang durch die Innenstadt von München. Today my host family and I went to the Wendelstein. We travelled up the mountain on the train.
We first visited the church there and did a bit of looking around. You could see mountains already covered in snow, which we think were in Austria.
We then went into the cave, which was very cramped and crowded. Lots of people were in there though to see a statue of Jesus Christ on the cross.
After that we walked up to the very top of the mountain which was metres high. It was very tiring to get up there but the view was beautiful, we could even see the school from where we were.
Up there was also a weather station and an observatory. There was also a gate blocking tourists from these places with metal spikes around it.
I thought that was a bit extreme. We came back down and met up with Holly and Angie and had some drinks at the Wendelsteinhaus, as their mum, dad and brother climbed to the top.
Overall it was a pretty good day, which was made even better by the sunny weather. On Friday we arrived back in Bad Aibling at about 6 pm, we then unpacked our stuff from the trip and relaxed after a hard day of the Bavarian National Park.
It was lots of fun and amazing to see so many people in one place, most of which were American, Italian. We than went into Munich to see the city.
Hopefully will be better as soon as possible. Quiet Weekend in Germany. After having a week to settle in it is a lot easier to have fun once you have got used to it.
One part of the complex was a big pool and spas, the next was an area to just lie down and rest and the other part was a big dome with lots of waterslides.
We spent most of the time on the water slides and there were a lot of them so it was hard to get bored but easy to get a headache because of all the noise in such a small area.
But it was still heaps of fun. The complex was about two hours away on the train and bus, but was worth the wait.
Today I went to the Oktoberfest with my family and it was amazing. There were people everywhere and it was just unbelievable, there was so much like rollercoasters, little stalls with games, huge beer tents that could fit nearly ten thousand people in them, hundreds of food stalls that sold roast chickens, roast duck, nuts, bretzels and heaps more.
There were also museums and historical things that have been around since the start. More than half the people were dressed up in the traditional clothes and other people decided to wear random things that had nothing to do with it.
Inside the beer tents you could hardly hear yourself speak, it was extremey loud and even afterwards when you're utside and two hundred metres away you can still hear the noise coming from inside these tents.
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