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... Asian community.
Maarten bid us farewell at the train station as we continued our journey on to Brugge – with two connections in Roosendaal and Antwerp.
Our connection in Roosendaal went fine – but Antwerp was another story. A huge train station with signage that was a little confusing – but we found our platform and saw our train waiting (good news!). Well, for some ...
Drove to the Hague.
Watched the procession of veteran soldiers that had fought in the
Second World War as well as in Korea, Indonesia, New Guinea, Lebanon
Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hollands National Defence Force also took part in the procession.
The Air Force did a fly past with modern and Second World War planes.
Then went for a second and last portion of Poffertfjies before leaving for South Africa.
Everyone had a double portion.
... Trans Siberian trains as it was breathtakingly fast and even boasted WIFI! However our travelling companions were a blast from the past, they were a Chinese tour group, and were eating sunflower seeds and coughing up phlegm just like on that 17 hour trip! Helsinki was a real return to Europe, and we both commented that it looked like a fabulous place to live, even if it didn’t seem to offer much to the tourist. At least not the ones who ...
... By that time, i hope to have another entry online with lots of pictures and stories on how those first two weeks have been. Thank you for visiting my blog, I hope we can stay in touch through this blog, facebook, skype or email.
For now, take care and enjoy the rest of your summer!
See you soon friends, tot snel lieve mensen!
... it a point to have as much fun as possible and be that guy who doesn't care and is in the moment. This I think is half the battle anyway.
Magdalena and I wasted time by doing funny hand shakes, dancing, drinking (water at this point) and minor flirting. About 3am it was time to head home. Once again I peddled, she ran and jumped on the back of her bike and we cruised out. Before reaching my hotel we had
to stop and pump up the rear tire on her bike which was a ...