Bilderberg Kasteel Kerckebosch
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Sunday 23 August
Van den Berg family gathering in Zeist
We arrived at the Jagershuys at a similar time to others. It was really significant to see everyone again. Lots of hugs and kisses all round! Everyone was very welcoming to Julian and Erin. Ernst had booked an outdoor sitting area which made it easy to move around and talk to a range of people. It was particularly significant ...
... The non-profit organization, Not For Sale, has several locations throughout the world and focuses on human trafficking and providing these women with help and job skills in order to break out of the industry. It takes approximately 1 year to disentangle themselves, and just seeking help is a milestone. The government of Amsterdam conducted a study and concluded that 10-90% of the women are exploited, a ridiculously wide range, which just proves how opaque the industry ...
... of the city that we hadn't explored on foot. We also learned that carrots do not naturally grow orange, and that it was the Dutch who created the modified seeds in honor of their national color Orange (originating from the royal family being the House of Orange). For dinner we decided to try our hostel bar/restaurant out since we wanted to see what the bar would be like on a Friday night. It did not disappoint as we unknowingly were sitting next ...
... living side by side with normal life in perfect harmony. Amsterdam is chilled out, extremely liberal and very beautiful. It rained the whole time we were there and was bloody cold, but it couldn't stop us from admiring the architect and the large canal running through the city. Unfortunately I got the top deck plague (cough deck) and had to go home on the first night to sweat out this awful flu, while Rhiannon went for a coffee and a cake (possibly ...
... closed the old Amsterdam brewery, and opened a tour for the fans of its beer
Stroopwafel is a waffle made from two thin layers of baked dough with a caramel-like syrup filling in the middle. The stroopwafel originates from Gouda in the Netherlandds. It was first made during the late 18th century or early 19th century
The Rijksmuseum is a ...