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... where I want to spend the summer
working as well as picking up a new language. I plan to spend the winter with
one of my oldest friends in Australia’s capital city, Melbourne. The final stop on
my journey would be Uganda, where I will fulfil my dream of seeing the jungle.
But who knows what opportunities come along the way. Stay tuned and find out
about the adventures that will cross my path.
... occurred as a result of bad planning.The testaments on the graves mirrored the loss of families,many of whom still lived with the human costs of the first World War.
Hang on! This is supposed to be a cheerful blog and we will sign off by thanking you for staying with us and contributing to our very enjoyable trip.Back to the pleasures of the A12/A120 interchange tomorrow!
Until the next time remember - this is not adieu,merely hors d'oeuvres.
Up off to shop for breakfast food and lunch packed tent As Wessel,was the other side of the river we are now off our trail map decided not to go back to bridge and cross back over river that we would wing it on the side we were on .great signage little red arrows just as you needed them (people in Germany are amazing when you stop and look at your map some one always stops and ask if you want help even stop there cars in the middle of the road to help ...
... wise. At the moment I've got Police Camera Action on the TV. After a while I though it best I actually looked at where the war happened rather than watching it on the TV so after a small amount of research I headed off to the Arnhem War Museum.
On trip advisor it said it was free, which is the type of place I like (as I have turned into my parents) so I turned up to what looked like someone's garage with a fenced up dog (the tank out ...
... diorama that gave you an overview of the various facets of Dutch life leading up to the present. Although it was interesting to sit through, the lack of English subtitles definitely left us a bit confused about the overall message they were trying convey. It had been a long day at the museum but one which we had thoroughly enjoyed. Just as they were closing down the museum, we got on our bicycles and rode back to camp in true Dutch style. ...