De Pelikaan Texel
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Usually I try to come up with some quip-y and clever title for my blog posts, but I figured the name of the Lowlands Throwdown was cool enough.
So, as I mentioned way back when, I joined a CrossFit gym that stands down the street from our old house. As seems to be so common with CrossFit, I have gone and gotten myself addicted. So, when the opportunity presented itself to compete in a qualifier for a competition between all of ...
... carved in the Black Forest and with genuine Swiss time movement, I expect this to be a family heirloom for Robbie's kids one day! Next on to A Taste of Germany - where we visit the open air Black Forest Museum Vogtsbauernhof - a heritage homes village, and are treated to a mouth-watering Black Forest cake demonstration , followed by a deliciously decadent tasting of this famous and ...
... night, most of the people around were young males hanging out in bars etc. The actual red light streets had windows where the prostitutes were behind and scantily clad. Apparently the going rate is 75 euro's for 30 minutes. Also we were told most of the young woman are from Eastern Bloc countries and South America. The openness of the use for cannabis was also interesting. Definitely the air was high! ...
... however, you start to move against the flow, or step out of the established norm, well, then, you begin to resemble the minnow trying to swim up Niagara Falls. Remember the scene in Midnight Express - when the character steps off the wheel and moves backwards? You get the picture.
We've left the luggage - including the valise containing $250 Million in Van Gogh paintings - back on the ship; waiting to be retrieved before we head to the hotel. Unencumbered by ...
The temperature hovers near freezing as we enter Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. We have but a brief interval between flights, and soon we are aboard a KLM Airbus for the 8 1/2 hour flight to Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA).
We are traveling southeast from Amsterdam, and Arusha, Tanzania is approximately 4,270 miles away. Our route should take us over Greece and ...