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Travel Blogs from Ommen
... and handbag, find the last items that I hadn't packed yet, put most of it in the car and put some more songs on my I-pod. Which takes a lot more time than I had anticipated but at least it's done.
The next update you can expect when I have arrived, as I am now going to spend the rest of my evening with my parents and siblings.
Love and kind regards,
... shortly and spend the entire winter in Switzerland as
Darn, customs just scared me to death.
Please, don’t knock and waltz straight in here. I got a flashlight in my face
and a “kind” request to show my ID. Was about to ready my suitcase for
inspection but apparently I seem trustworthy. Hehe. Fools! Ok, just kidding.
Anyway, I can get back to enjoying ...
... class and it's a 1.5 hour drive each way. I had a lovely nap in the car. I'm so good at having power naps these days... We got to the Ibis, Schipol Airport by around 5.30 or 6pm and checked in. It was sad to say goodbye to Birgite and Willem. I sure hope we see them again one day. I'm betting we will. The airport hotel room was adequate except no jug! This is the first time I've ever come across the no tea and ...
... to pick them up while Willem changed the tyre. He found the nuts were very tight though and called the dealer as they have a membership with Peugeot. They were there while we were eating which was within the 45 mins they promised. Our AA could learn something from this... We watched. Big Bang Theory with them. Fortunately in English with Dutch sub titles. Was fun to check out what they were saying. Last night with this lovely couple. It's going to be hard to leave ...
... to a neighbourhood BBQ. The meats were laid out fresh and you just chose which meat you wanted and cooked it yourself on the BBQ. Good idea! I was tired of people though and unable to make small talk especially when English isn't their first language and I know no Dutch. I went over to the house and relaxed with my iPad and FB, catching up with friends half a world away. Nev stayed. He was in his element, making friends and sharing stories. Making himself ...