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Germany 9 July: Odelzhausen - Moosen

In this new week, we would dive deep into the world of the spontaneous action of German students. At the first school we visited, 500 children gathered to welcome us.

It took some time to pass the torch around, but everybody got their chance.

At the end of our presentation we ran to their sports field behind the school, where they were having a sports festival today - so we were the perfect start for them.

Back on the road we had to speed up, because the children of the Rudolf Steiner School in Gröbenzell were waiting in the east of Munich

We were lucky that it was not raining, so we could be together with the students outside. Here, Vlado could do one of his famous skits for the kids; harmony goes along quite well with good humour.

Vlado did one of his spontaneous skits. Everybody liked it - as in all the other schools.

Running with the torch always speeds you up.

Andi became our hero that day; he started out as the first runner during pouring rain.

The third school this morning was another Rudolf Steiner School. Because of the heavy weather outside, we went into the sports hall to share our ideas of friendship and harmony.

Holding the torch is always a special moment.

We finished our day with a proper 60 kilometres. The rain became heavier, but self-transcendence is our daily exercise.

Distance: 115km

Team Members:
Agnes Bonczi (Hungary), Peter S. Selbach, Elke Lindner, Gudrun Freier and Roger (Germany), Annemijn Schuringa (Netherlands), Sandro Zincarini (Italy), Vlado Kulisek (Slovakia), Vladimir Salnicov (Moldova)

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