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... a moment tonight when I realized how lucky I am to have the companions I do on this trip (Skip and Sarah). I had picked up some fresh strawberries and bread at the market and some very simply stuff for pasta (noodles and some sauces in jars haha) for dinner. After Skip and Sarah got back from their first full day of work, they were pretty tired and had gone through some challenges at their sites with speaking Enlgish and learning about the way practice goes at ...
... and bought a watch, and the nicest t-shirt and poloneck at the friendliest lady. After indulging into the candy which Gent is famous for we found a belgian shop where Jake bought Khanya a locket. Walking around towards the castle we decided that Gent is definitely the spookiest town by far and finally saw a REAL castle. We hopped back on the train to make our way to Charelori to catch a flight to Bratislava the next ...
... is groter dan datgene waar het project zich nu bevindt. Het huis is nog niet af, maar hopelijk kan de hele organisatie tegen eind augustus verhuizen. Het kan dus zijn dat we af en toe ook mee mogen helpen met de verbouwingen van dit huis.
Als je google raadpleegt, kom je via http://www.fundacionsinsoluka.org/ op de site van de organisatie. Hier kunnen we uit afleiden dat Sinsoluka al verschillende westerse invloeden ...
... in Brussels on a quiet, snowy Thursday morning, on 30. December, 2010. I had a connecting flight from there to Paris and so off to the races (again) to get my things and go through yet another customs checkpoint to catch my connecting flight that leaves in less than an hour from then! This plane was delayed (of course) but luckily, this was short (10 minutes). It is a short-haul flight so there wasn't much in the way of comfort. At least they served breakfast.
... jam on the Paris Périphérique (peripheral road) as we headed north to Amsterdam (about 6 hours).
We stopped in Gant (Gent), Belgium for a picnic lunch along the river. We were fortunate to find a parking spot in old town. It happened to be next to an Australian ice cream shop. It was a tough choice between kokosnoot (the runner up) and speculoos (the eventual ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed