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Travel Blogs from Tilburg
... and the Efteling, the Netherland’s most famous theme park. And we LOVE Theme Parks. But the fun didn’t stop there we were lucky enough to celebrate Bart aka Kosta’s Doppel Ganger and McGay’s aka The Blue Smurf birthdays in Tilburg, where we ensured that we left a lasting impression on their Dutch friends.
After our visit to the south we returned to the centre (of the universe), Utrecht to do a thing more Dutch ...
... eat sushi in the Hoek!
Whaaa, tomorrow I leave for Dallas to start my 10-week internship at PwC! I’m both excited and nervous!
This is unlike anything I’ve ever done before, since this is:
A. Going to be a very practical internship (not more thesis oriented like the one I did in Rotterdam);
and B. Something ...
It was also nice to see Mara, who had just come back from Australia!
With also her parents there, we had plenty to talk about!
Today we are planning to go to the Gouda Cheesemarkets, but for the first time in our holidays we are going to be dependant on the weather, at the moment it is raining!
But if it is called off, we shall not complain, we have had a terrific time here!!
I will let you know.
... restricted rules that no one is allowed to stand up during the show times. And all must be remained seated.
One thing that actually caught my eye is that the chimpanzee area was surprisingly quite huge compared to Singapore's Zoological Gardens. But the sad thing is that i cant bear to see them being locked up in that big enclosure as their freedom might just be restricted to a certain limit. Nevertheless, i enjoyed my trip to this ...
... was located in the middle of nowhere and three was beside a canal. While snapping some photos we met a group of local kids and their age ranging at 9 and 15, they were crazy enough to swim in the freezing canal. On the way back to the station we came across five blocks of houses that has their owner name on the front of their houses.
Home sweet home with a 30mins walk from Breda Station to Brabantpark.