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... call with Oma to see how life was back in NZ. After dinner a number of Elly's family turned up for drinks and we all had quite a few laughs talking about family happenings. A number of them mentioned when coming into the house "Och Elly you look so like Tante Miep" After drinks Riny offered me croquette & frekindel for late night snack. What could I say!! I do enjoy a late night snack after beers sometimes. What a host ha ...
Well, the time to say goodbye is certainly in full swing. Colleagues, friends, family... Sometimes combined with other activities (concert, dinner), sometimes a dedicated moment. It's really great to see everyone who means a lot to you in such a short period of time. And since most of these 'events' are in small groups, I really have the opportunity to talk to everyone instead of just shaking a hand and saying goodbye.
... out this Dutch city, where the first thing you see is that everyone rides a bike. We are told most Dutch residents own an average of 3 bikes. And that is how they get around. Gas is about $10 per gallon. This is another small town that we were able to cover most of the main town center with about 1 1/2 hour walk. The people is much more mixed than the German towns we visited so far. More nationalities. The tour and crews all ...
... 8221; category, which meant that they were only walking 30kms each day. We (the girls) had to tend to these poor footsore old men – by providing lovingly prepared meals, cold beers, scintillating conversations, medical aid to deal with sore feet and generally being at their beck & call!!
We had one day on the route (Day 2) but even then, we had to work! I stood on the side of the road, holding two bowls which we ...
... and dressed up for their celebrations. We felt like minor celebrities! We had several beers and some Kibbling (battered fish pieces which we love).
The sun shone most of the day so it was great. We talked with a man from Wigan who now lived and worked in Nijmegen; he moved here 12 years ago and loves it. He has a Dutch partner and a baby as well as lots of Dutch friends. He talks to his child (18 months old) in English and ...