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... has the Star of David at the doorstep, the Baker has an outline of a loaf of bread at the doorstep, the candlestick maker has a candle at the doorstep. etc.
The town is beautiful! There are small courtyards full of beautiful flowers. There are hanging baskets of flowers on the lamp posts. It looks like you have walked into a beautiful picture.
We started out touring Amsterdam. Amsterdam has biking highways. One can travel from city to city on the biking highways. There are parking garages for bicycles. There is one across from where we are staying that holds 2,000 bicycles; they are building one right now for 10,000 bicycles. Even the elderly ride bicycles around town.
We had tea at a lovely little cafe in downtown Vierhouten. Vierhouten is a little Dutch village.
We went to the "Hidden Village" of Vierhouten. May ...
... the good old times, that shop personnel wouldn't bother too much and stuck to a simple Goedemorgen (good morning) and Tot ziens (see you later). They couldn’t care less about your day. Of course, they still don’t care, and I guess I better get used to the new ways of the old world. It could be worse.
At least the streets in Deventer have been festively decorated to greet summer (hence the umbrellas).Oh, enjoy the rest of your day-- Prettige dag verder!
Today I emailed with a friend in Jakarta. I hope she can help me finding our pembantu (Indonesian for Maid) Sammie. It would be nice if we could meet with her again. At that time we lived at Jl Musholla 23 in Cilandak-Timur. We took Sammie with us when we moved from Ujung Pandang to Jakarta. When we left we paid for her ticket home. But later we heard that she stayed in Jakarta. I guess she might still be around. Hope we can find ...
... a Thai place for some dinner later on (where we payed the hefty sum of three euros for a Pad Thai). The next day doesn't need much explaining - Monday morning Niamh woke up to tell us she'd been up all night with a fever, I'd woken up with a killer sore throat and Marco had a blocked nose, sore throat and a headache. Lia was the only one who wasn't sick at this point but since she was in the apartment with three sick people, she was destined to catch something at some point. And ...