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... the present president is ruling things have changed. The country stabilized and the economy is getting better. One great example of the things I don't like about this government is that they made being gay illegal. I consider it to be a step the wrong direction for human rights. But still the country is considerably more stable than neighboring countries.
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Urban population (% of total): 16% (UN, 2012)
After breakfast it's time to move on again. Wim and Mieke drive me to the Station at Oss to catch the train to Emmen. As we wait I am again grateful for the hospitality of family, grateful that I have come to know them well enough to be friends and sad to say another goodbye. I'm aware that one goes with the other, and so I'm grateful for both. My OV-chipcaart (smart card) works ok this time. I have found that my ...
... destroyed by German bombs. The dutch surrendered not long after. We decided to take the Water Bus (Ferry) into the cit, the next decision was how to get to the places we wanted to see, including The Market Hall and the Old Port. We laughingly chose a FietsTaxi, something none of us had done before! The Market Hall rose above us, a huge upside down U. Inside ...
... but it was a much more enjoyable experience. I missed airman David and his company, but I did chat to a British policewoman I'd seen earlier in the week, a guy that distributes potatoes and some air cadets. I also got squeezed between some Dutch and Danish troops (lucky me!) and generally pushed a little harder when I needed to.
The theme for the garden decorations in Elst appeared to be walking songs, or maybe just songs, it was a little hard to ...