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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.
... of the business. The assignment will take nine weeks and I will be gone for 11 weeks in total. That means that next to working I will also have two weeks of time for traveling. My plan is to write a blog at least every week but I don't know how good the internet will be so I don't know if I will be able to. So I guess this is my first blog, two and a half week before I leave.
Good morning. Today is actually Tuesday and we are in a small town called Lunteren. It's 7.30 am, Paul is still asleep and it's still quite dark outside which is a little unusual. So time to catch up on more of the blog... Rewind to Sunday ... Today we left Nürnberg. We were a little sad to go considering it was such a short time here and we hadn't nearly enough time to see everything and get a feel for the place. We will have to return! But in order to ...
Visited Kleve in Germany.
Passed the Dutch City of Nijmegen. Nijmegen being the city where the Germans signed their surrender with the Allied Forces in 1945 after the battle around the bridges over the river Rijn near the city ...
... then it started again after the building.... The museum was the Gestapo Headquarters during the war and had been turned into a museum to remember those who had been imprisoned there but also as a reminder to people of how the world was during that era. It was very interesting showing how the Nazis rose to power and the consequences of their policies on the people of Germany. We had a English audio guide which as handy as most of the museum did not have English translations, ...