Spent some hours looking around, chatting to a few people and bought a late lunch. During lunch, I met a guy from my town who was there with his car and offered to drive me back home. Of course there was a gigantic traffic jam on the motorway so it took a lot longer than the train journey would have taken, but he was a nice guy and we talked raw-foodism an veganism most of the time. All in all, I had a good time. Of course, I'm super-exhausted today, but since I have been home with my parents again the past two weeks or so, there isn't a lot that I have to do anyways.
Anyhow, I had my first fresh (as in not dried) durian at the trade show and it was pretty good. Also tried some safu and pilinut, which weren't so good, but interesting still. Tried even more raw chocholate and also bought some as well as a book on juicing. There were mostly German merchants at the trade show, but a few from other European countries as well. Once again, the English classes paid off ;-) As for inspiration, I am seriously thinking about doing a juice fast/feast sometime soon. I had toyed with the idea before, but it never went anywhere mostly for lack of specific info. I did gain a few pounds since going on Abilify (unfortunately weight gain is a frequent side effect, despite consistently eating around 90% raw food for the past two years), plus, I could use a break. I think I'll do it once I submitted my assignment on Wednesday. That way I can order most of the stuff I'll need at Orkos.