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Our first official 'work' day in Europe started with a day at BCD Travel Headquaters in Utrecht. Our first meeting was with Jean Paul van Lierop, the Director of CTSS. It was interesting to hear him speak about what they do in his department, especially after we had visited the MSC in Bangalore.
Heinz Jennewein, SVP for the South West region in Europe, spoke to us about the region he is responsible for next. He also talked a bit about the BCD culture that has kept ...
Saturday 9th August 2014.
After a restful evening and the forecast to be good we resolved to take a look at Antwerp and buy one or two beers. After breakfast John went to see the Capitaine armed with a list of questions and got answers and then went to supermarket. Isi managed to get some blogs published but had to go to the Capitainerie for any responsive reception. At 12 noon, Isi back on board as battery had run out on the ...
... a non-smoking room AND with wi-fi where possible
- Many cafes and restaurants have free Wi-Fi.
- Beware the lunch time shut down. In France and probably other areas of Europe, especially out of the cities, many places are closed for a couple of hours in the middle of the day.
That's it from me for the moment,
... what ever pace she could muster and me sprinting back and forth. Feeling good after our run we continued the health kick and went to the local supermarket to cook us some healthy (and cheap!) dinner. During dinner we made friends with the hostel crew and played some drinking games (the hostel had banned drinking games? WFT but we played anyways). It was such a treat to play the games with absolutely exceptional beers at about 10% of the price it would cost me in Perth. ...
We wanted to get some Belgian waffles for breakfast (see attached photo), all I can say is it wasn't like Harroways Rolled Oats! We then jumped on a train to Antwerp which is where 80percent of the worlds uncut diamonds are traded! There are streets and streets and streets lined with diamond jewelry, we just can't get over the amount of bling! I spent a fair bit of time waiting on someone who was looking at all ...