Center Parcs Het Heijderbos
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... to use an old Nokia instead of my new iPhone, to not show any sign of money when in the bigger cities and to never take a boda boda (taxi by motorbike).
I have less then two weeks left before I leave and I can't wait to get there. Almost all of the preparations have been made and I'm making all sort of plans for my two weeks of vacation.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this weeks entry and 'till next week.
... the company I want to go to. It took two weeks to get the assignment and then it was sure that it was happening. I booked airplane tickets with Turkish airlines. I got a new passport, because mine was expired. And I made an appointment for my vaccines. Now almost two weeks before leaving I had all the seven vaccines and I started with the Malaria pills. Luckily I didn't have to get a visa before leave because I saw the trouble that some classmates had getting ...
... the countryside calming and rejuvenating. I always train on the hills and through the forests of Worcestershire, a far cry from the mad partying of Nijmegen and the towns we walked through, like Wijchen and Beuningen, which were in full, hip-swinging party mode. Add to that the tradition of Pink Wednesday.
Pink Wednesday is in support of the LGBT community and brings out the creativeness in people's costume. There were a lot of people wearing pink, me included, but many ...
Weird title for a blog, but it was the best I could come up with; for now..... Rabat is the German word for discount (for my friends in the US). So was it costly? In a way, it was. But anyway, I found myself traveling again. But how does a guy end up in Rabat you might wonder? Funny story. Three advisors from around the globe were requested for a government project by an American volunteer organization. I wasn't their ...
... and all I knew there was free wifi, parking and breakfast and the reviews were ok. I followed the sat nav and it took me into the woods and the hotel which looked like a 1960s halls of residence. In fact it looks like the halls of residence I lived in at university. Everywhere I looked were Olympic rings and pictures of sporty looking people. So before I paid I checked that there was no bad german music being played outside my window ...