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... Of course, it had just come out of the water, so Duh! At 6.45 was the Captain's Cocktail party. We were late which meant wandering through everyone while the Captain introduced the crew, but the important thing was that Kevin had shiny shoes! There was then a special Captain's dinner, which finished at 13.30. I would have liked more time in Amsterdam, as we had to choose between the city tour and a tour to the windmills. I would have liked ...
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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 ...
... in Sports and students
The teacher in Biology Class Meneer Harro Reeders and student Noud van Dam and Myrthe Konyenburg
Iloongga for being with us in Hardwewijk.
The 2 students from Groevenbeek elementary who assisted us in touring the school and all the teachers and press.
Friends of Tim Nicole, Bernard and Bianca and all the teachers who are with us to make apple sandwich and bread lunch.
... beyond) and interact with everyone except the one sitting next to you! Don't get me wrong, I'm not pleading for the old Poste Restante days- just a few thoughts running through the tropical tete of mine (yes, I know of the accent mark required in the word "tete"- just can't figure out where it is!).
Another thought bouncing about about up there is globalization, no place on earth exempt, including Bali. Unlike the U.S., where one can ...