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Sept Adventures 2023: Undeloh

Today we got up and went to Undeloh for a 20km hike through the Heather fields. 

The weather was perfect! Not too hot, sunny, and just gorgeous!

We were definitely nearing the end of the season, there were some blooms and places that were very brown, but lots of purple still


Such a nice walk! And mostly flat too so very easy to get around. 

We had wandered around Buchholz in der Nordheide after dinner the night before and found this Afghan restaurant with vegan options so we had to try it for dinner! We had this potato and kidney bean dish

With a side of Sabzi-Palaw - spinach and spices

Gulpi-Palaw - cauliflower

And a side of Borani Kachalo - potatoes and spices. This was pretty tasty, but not as good as the place I would go to in Munich (but that place is amazing!). Still really good and so much food after a long day of hiking


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