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In the King’s Footsteps (Day 6) Walden
Another day that would not end in a warm bed, but outside in a rainy night… Until I discovered a hut deep in the forest.
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In the King’s Footsteps (Day 5) Ammer Gorge
I had barely survived the night in the cemetery. I had not found anything to eat. And yet, on the fifth day of the hike, I would face the most dangerous part: the Ammer Gorge.
Luckily, I would soon bump into two pilgrims. Continue reading
Posted in Germany, History, Photography, Travel Tagged Bavaria, hiking, King Ludwig Trail, Rottenbuch 2 Comments