Bilderberg Residence Heideborgh
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... bit of research and dreaming i applied for a 'Working holiday visa' (subclass 317). Within 1 day the visa was granted. Now it was time to buy my flight tickets and make some plans (but not to much planning, that doesn't work for me).
Here is the plan: the end of February i will be flying to Kuala Lumpur, where I'll be staying for about three weeks. probably I will fly from Singapore to Australia. To which city, ...
... need to wear wood socks with clogs. The man who did the demonstration spoke really great English and was making jokes the whole time! After the clog making demonstration, we got to taste the cheeses! There was a line of the different cheeses cut into little squares and a raspberry fruity wine that you used to cleanse your palate between tastings. At the end was the waffle things that Taryn had mentioned earlier with syrup between ...
... per sq km they can't afford to have urban sprawl. Our first stop was Zaanse Schans (a windmill village) with its typical green-timbered houses and warehouses. We were told every windmill is different according to its purpose. We got to see the working parts of a windmill that operates as a sawmill. The spice grinding windmill wasn't actually operating when we were there but oh the fragrance when we walked in the door - glorious! It was at this stop that ...
Fell asleep last night at 8pm and am now up at 1am...the downside of travel..jet lag! Finally fell asleep around 4am and woke up at 9. We spent the walking around Jeanne's neighborhood in Utrecht. Fun college town, lively. Couple of musicians performing in the square. Amy bought a CD of a guitar player...listened to it at dinner...very nice. Grabbed ...
... will have so I hope to keep writing as we go along. I need to get some sleep, so short entry for today!
Mindfulness Moment: There is a bit of a draft throughout the castle, as the windows are not sealed well (glass was not introduced in this castle until the late 17th century). It smells dank and wet, it is along a bank so there is even more moisture than there is inland. The walls are covered in history, including ...