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... excited to meet my little cousin, Theo. Today, we went to Haltern. You may have heard of city because of the exchange students from this town who passed away in the German Wings plane crash earlier this year. We went paddle boating along the stream. It was a relaxing ...
... I’m not sure where my home is anymore and that’s a frightening feeling.
I experienced you can feel more at home, alone on a deserted beach in a place where you just arrived, then in a place where everything is familiar to you and where you used to belong. Being at home is having a sense of purpose feeling useful at the place you live, without that your life feels empty and you feel homesick. Although some ...
... spotted a man sporting a full sized Russian flag. He was making reasonable progress, but labouring the steps a bit. he told us the airline had lost all his luggage, including his boots and he had had to buy everything new when he arrived in Nijmegen. He reckoned he'd lost three toenails. How he could walk that distance in new boots was amazing. I gave him the gladioli I'd been carrying, as he deserved it more than anybody else we'd met ...
... out on ibuprofen. At one point I sat on a wall and actually cried - the sort of tears that spontaneously leak out of your eyes but with no emotion attached.
Shortly after this, two sisters from Rotterdam grabbed me by the arms and pulled me the last mile to get over the finish line by 15.25. I don't think I will be doing the foot-rub thing again. Keep your boots on until you're home, I've learnt. I celebrated completion of another day with an overpriced cornetto.
... we access the free Wi-Fi and did a lot of outstanding jobs i.e. renewing our boat insurance, buying a book of the German waterways and sending off lots of important emails etc.
John took himself off to the supermarket to replenish his drinks supply.
When we went back to Spring tide John went for a shower whilst Isi cooked dinner. On return we had dinner and we had just about finished ...