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... for my suitcase with all my possessions from the past 4 months, but nevertheless, a great bargain!). The airline was super cool looking, all very green, and the flight was not full at all for a Saturday morning flight. I closed my eyes and tried to rest but this is where the trouble started.
I could tell something was wrong when 30 minutes after we left the gate we still did not take off. About 40 minutes after leaving the gate an announcement came on saying that due to ...
Woke up to find us sailing by the breakwater into Rotterdam. Rotterdam is the largest container port in the world, and it really is a sight. Ships of every kind. It was a 30 mile trip into Rotterdam. The last three miles into Rotterdam was a work of art by our captain. He had to turn our ship around, and sail it in backward. We are the largest cruise ship to ever visit Rotterdam, so it was really incredible to watch him pull it off. Since this was the first visit ...
... an activity that would have me walking the streets of Paris at 10.30 at night without any means of getting back to my hotel unless I could hail a taxi. I dreaded the moment. As it was, and as it most often is, there was no need to be concerned. Other travellers disembarked with me and so there were people walking beside me while we recrossed the bridge. I found myself in a well lit promenade that looked like it would stay open all night. I stood for ...
... haven of a modern and civilised country that I've been to before and where a couple of my friends live, but also a turning point in the journey. Forgive me if I've explained this before, but my route across Europe consists of zig-zagging across the continent in order to see as many of the small countries as possible and there are four 'corners' to turn before I finally get back to the UK. The first was Hungary, completing the first jaunt east before turning north-west and trekking ...
... Huygens at the Technical University of Delft, the Netherlands.
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