Resort de Zeven Heuvelen
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... missing is an eyeopener. The country can be just as stable as any, nature wont take note of it. It still is a country with wild animals and inhospitable scenery.
The stability of Uganda is a new thing. The country was run by dictators from 1971 until 1985. together the regimes of Idi Amin and Milton Obote cost half a million people their lives. A lot of children where orphaned and a lot of parents lost their ...
... to give some burn to those arm muscles.
I took another break in the woods, where the home resident was making walkers a cup of coffee if they sat still long enough. The coffee helped my flagging, and I kept pace with a team of Dutch soldiers singing cadence for a while. I noticed the French nearby singing quite tuneful marching songs this year. It reminded me of Captain Corelli's Mandolin, although of course those musical men were Italian.
As we ...
... events. Some of our students were approached out of the blue by a British veteran and his wife. His name is Reg Stevens and he was quite excited to share his wartime experiences with the students. He provided us with a few copies of his story, which he said were only possible because his wife knew how to use the computer.
A real highlight was the chance to meet and speak to George Lines. A British Veteran who ...
... and were making drinks to order for walkers. I just had some water, and ate my snack, but it was a nice break. It was less hot that last year, but still warm.
The hills undulated nicely, and a guy in a paraglider thing with a motor swooped overhead, only a few feet from our hats.
Back into Nijmegen, I missed seeing Marianne, Rein and Suzanne at the pub ...
... me were a Dutch couple from Hoorn, and they were lovely. When we got to the exit, they offered to take me to my house, which I gladly accepted. Not all the way though; I had them drop me off about 200 meters from home, so I could make the dramatic walk down my own street.
So, I am back in the Netherlands, and by now I’m in my new home, in Delft, where in a couple of days I’m going to begin building a whole new life, going to college. The change ...