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... Day and a 2d Easter Day). I hope this won't be a problem.The other holidays are end of April and in May so those are ok.
The itinerary would be like this:
- 1 Apr: Valparaiso (Chile)
- 2 Apr: Coquimbo (Chile)
- 3 Apr: At Sea
- 4 Apr: At Sea
- 5 Apr: General San Martin (Peru)
- 6 Apr: ...
... the biggest inspiration I can bring in Philippines – is the strong discipline of the dutchies—that is my general observation about them. Discipline in everything they do and I believe that’s the main reason they are a rich country.
9. We are very warm welkom in the Netherlands.
10. I was just laughing and laughing yesterday because we are having coffee in the parking lot with pack food in Ria’s car and ...
... of rain a year, one can certainly rejoice when there is sunshine.
The tour of the windmill was interesting. It is very cramped with low ceilings and hard to maneuver with the steep stairways, but families do manage as these are working windmills. In fact there is a wait list of people who want to become "millers." ...
... wooden clogs.
We then dined at Volendam, a little seaside village on an old harbour. The village was extremely busy with locals and tourists. The locals out enjoying the unusually warm weather. We had a few drinks and toasted the Anzacs.
The end of a hectic day we were glad to get to the hotel and fall into bed as wakeup call is 6am tomorrow.
For the next 2 days we are visiting Odiliapeel in southern Netherlands, it is a small village of around 2000. Kat lived here for 5 months in 2001 as an exchange student and every few years she gets back to see her old host family to which she has become quite attached.
We caught the train from Brussels and were greeted at the station by Kat's host mum and brother Thea and Frank. Everyone was so excited she was home, she talks so fondly of the place that ...