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Travel Blogs from Wolfheze
... driveway of the camper company for 2 nights to get organized, sleep off the jet lag, and get settled in the camper. (Dishes, sheets, unpack, groceries, etc.)
we will take our first baby steps out into the world by finding a place near Amsterdam to see the sights.
stand by for the European chapter of the adventures of Barbara and Harry.
The adventure continues.
... because this is a beautiful and comfortable life they have compare to what they have in the Philippines.
But we need to go home and continue their DREAM---finish studies-get job-help the family/send sisters in school/give money to parents.
It maybe weird for European people to understand the students dream but it is a dream.IT IS A DREAM.
In the Groevenbeek TV3 Globalization subject a boy wearing green jacket ...
... Basilica. Unfortunately, the town businesses were mostly closed as it was- a Monday morning, so all we could do was wander and look in windows. We managed to get a wonderful cup of coffee...we are totally in love with European coffee! There are two beautiful town squares in the city, and I suppose if it weren't a Monday, they would have been teeming with people. Cycling seems to be the transport of choice for many people and ...
... things we've discussed. I didn't do much during the week until Saturday and Sunday.
A group of 17 international students from my apartment building took a bike trip west to the beach in the city of Zandvoort. We left around 11:30 in the morning and on the way we got to see Haarlem and Zuid-Kennemerland National Park on the way to the beach.
The national park was very pretty, with sand dunes and hills (which were not fun to bike ...
... castle is prohibited:-(
The Castle surrounded by a large park was built during the 1200’s and the castle's interior is luxuriously decorated with a large but incoherent collection of valuable antiques from all over the world, such as a 18th century Japanese palanquin from the powerful and feared Tokugawa family, collected by the baron and his De Rothschild baroness during their travels.
Believe it or not in ...