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A relatively low key day today. We were up until 1am last night, unsuccessfully searching for accommodation in sticky unpleasant heat. It was tough work finding suitable accommodation in Berlin, for less than 48 hours time. It had to be affordable, have good reviews, in a good location, and fit three people in one room. Yes, three. Chatting to Marielle yesterday at the horses market, we have arranged to have ...
Are we in Holland still? Its been warm since our arrival last week. Not a drop of rain, and seldom a breath of wind. Another scorcher today for our trip to the Openluchtmuseum (Open Air Museum) with blue skies and 35C. Its an official heat wave in the Dutch newspapers. Todays morning routine was similar to yesterday. Up around 9.30, breakfast, and on the road around 11. It had been 7 years since my last visit to the openluchtmuseum. Much was the same style and ...
... say hi to Mr. Brad—PITT (from the students)
Karena: I learn many information for my studies.
Victorino: Thank you for being with me in the dentist. You never leave me.
Romel: Thanks for bringing us food.
Margie: Dank u wel!
Ann.R: Tot ziens in the Philipines.
To Lissane Marinus – thank you for femme, klass, lissane, martyn and danik.
To all Dutchies!
... however they have been shut for about 8 years. Found this unbelievable and our guide said its a cause of great shame for Amsterdam. Another surprise is how Kevin has not been cleaned up by a motor bike, car, tram or push bike. He crosses wherever, whenever and walks on the bike lanes etc. And then gets frustrated with me for always being behind! The bikes here have more rights than cars and do not tolerate pedestrians getting in the way.
... little boy who just wanted to go back to China. The play was interactive, as the audience was prompted to verbally repeat the words they were to learn, which helped make it easier to understand and made the play go my much faster. However, the end of the play raised the most discussion between Camille and I on the ride home. After telling their story, instead of bowing, the actors stood at a booth they had constructed to sell the DVDs on stage that the audience had to walk ...