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... used to have a no-fuss method.
Another new habit I noticed is to wish everyone a nice day. This is fine in America, where you go shopping once in a while and the cashier sends you off with a smile and "Have a nice day!" -in a pleasant voice ending on a higher note. Now, here, where you shop multiple times a day, this gets really annoying. "Prettige dag verder", uttered without enthusiasm, in a robotic voice, just because the boss instructed you to say it to every body ...
... train) to get to our apartment in Friedrichshain. Berlin, being a whole lot bigger than we'd imagined, was not that easy to navigate around. At least not at first when we had no idea which direction to take to our place after exiting the train at Frankfurter Allee. None of us had thought to look it up beforehand so we stood there for a few minutes like total tourists whilst trying to make google maps work on our phones. Eventually we found the street and began to walk ...
... has been wonderful; that is mainly because, until now, you
probably knew this, our team has won each match. It helps to keep the mood up.
It seems that the whole world is ...
... part, and I joined them on their last day for a 10k walk. Very 'gezellig' and great to spend some time with Dutch kids. Regina is the daughter of John's cousin Erwin, and his wife Mirjam, who we stayed with.
It was fantastic to see the town flying its colours for Holland's team, Ons Oranje. (H)
... too see them jheatly and well. The are both nearly 70.What a blessing!
We then went to Cousin Erwin's home. What an amazing bond we have. We are extremely thankful for our time with them. We have such similar thinking and beliefs. Totally amazing. Thanks you guys and I am sorry that it was all over so ...
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