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... for a walk never to return again. Search parties have been looking all night and in the morning they found her water bottle down by the Nile. The river is crowded with hippo's and crocodiles, the chances of the 21 year old Dutch girl coming back are slight. I wish all the luck to her family and friends.
Uganda is considered a stable country these days so I didn't worry to much about going. The story of this ...
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Child mortality: 90 children in every 1,000 ...
... Soccer/Football is
on its way, that, indeed, orange is the new black. At least in the
Netherlands. Some streets have orange flags strung between the houses
crossing the (narrow-ish) ...
... Deventer museum for a quick look while we saved the seats.
Both Deb & I are still pretty sick - at least it's a little better during the daylight as we wheezed and coughed all night.
Deventer is really a nice, no so little Dutch town of about 100,000 inhabitants. It has been some thirty years since I explored Deventer to this degree but it's still home. Rumor has it that the Deventer's have a castle somewhere here - we looked hard, but ...
... made sure that he had some fresh bread rolls in the house. In the back yard we caught up about the events from the moment I said goodbye to him and his lovely partner Hi-en in that little café in the back street warren of Hanoi. That was on day 33 on the13th of May.
Most of you remember Tommie and the plight for help to save his 1 month old life. For those who joined the blog later please refer to the day 28 on the 28th of May. " A boy called Tom" ...
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