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Hello and welcome to this, my travel blog.
Today I start. This is it. The start of my journey to Japan.
Do I have any idea what on Earth my plans are once I'm there? Not really. Of course I've browsed the websites and seen a ton of things I want to see but you simply can't see them all, right?
Regardless of that, the lack of my planning could be due to one, or both, of the following reasons:
1) I am trying out an ...
... with teapots and flowers! According to a brochure we picked up there, a series of dykes, canals and sluice gates were used in wars throughout the 19th century to flood areas where enemies were approaching. Apparently it worked in stopping an invasion by the French. We passed a lot of these gates and canals, but the only military we saw today were two fighter jets zooming past over Gorinchem. Nowadays, they must flood ...
... the cruise is not cancelled, but the itinerary has changed. Instead of a 18 day cruise, it is now a 21 day cruise. Well actually, to make things more confusing, it was a 32 day cruise and now a 35 day cruise.
We are on the second leg of a cruise that starts in Buenos Aires. This is part of what we actually already did earlier this year, only this cruise does not go to ...
Yes I am still here. It is now almost June and I am still walking around in my winter clothes. Spring here has broken all records and is now one of the coldest ever on record. I guess that it figures....after going to the coldest place on earth (Antarctica), mother nature decides we are not quite done with the cool temperatures yet.
Anyhoo......I have not made much headway on this trip yet. I am actually waiting ...
... it’s for themselves ONLY! wooowwww unbelievable.
4. Coffee every BREAK…Coffee is everywhere in Netherlands especially this cold time.
5. Dutchies can eat lunch while walking because they eat breads, but Filipinos can’t do that---it’s hard to eat with spoon and fork with your lunch box in your hands—walking…RIGHT????
6. Filipino eats with spoon and fork—dutchies fork ...