After a very short night we had an early breakfast at 7:30. It was the quietest breakfast we ever had on board the RYVAR. Nobody talked, perhaps letting pass by the last ten eventful days or thinking forward to meeting relatives and friends at home. Then everybody started packing and piling up the luggage on deck. Having cleaned ship and storing all the kitchen utensils it was time to say goodbye. The first group with Clara, Dirk, Keyu, Berivan, Lukas, Julia and Ulrich took the bus to Flensburg central station.
Elise and the rest of the group would follow a little later. At the station we said goodbye to Berivan who would take a bus going to her home island Sylt. The others tried to get on the train to Hamburg, which was rather difficult because there were hundreds of dressed up and painted people tried to storm the train. It was "Schlager-Move" in Hamburg and thousands of people from all over northern Germany were heading to this festival this morning. Eventually everybody got on the train and after one of the longest ever two-and-a-half hour journey the group arrived at Hamburg central station. Here Clara and Dirk bid farewell to the group, Lukas, Keyu and Julia took the train to Munich on platform 11.
Later Elise and the rest of the participants arrived at Hamburg airport to see off Ryan and Kauer who were flying back to Estonia. At Elise´s home Sarah and Viola took a short rest and were taken to the central station later to board the night train back home.
The I.C.E.-Youth Camp 2019 was over.
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