Hof Van Wageningen (WICC)
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Hello..! In a couple of days I'm heading to the Philippines to start my trip of 9 months :)! I'll spent the first 4 months in the Philippines to track 4 Philippine crocodiles and investigate the success of the communication program of Mabuwaya. Then I'll travel 2 weeks through Indonesia together with my parents. In my last 4,5 months I'll be traveling through South ...
... and vegetables are vibrant in color. The raspberries are bright, bright red, the cucumbers are 18 dark green inches, and the potatoes are heavy, brown, and rinsed clean. You hear the customers asking for samples and quantities in Dutch, rustling of small plastic and paper bags for the purchase, the moving of pallets and boxes of produce, and laughing from people enjoying the cool morning at the farmer's market as it drizzles. I can't wait to go back.
One of the most wonderful things you can do on Molokai is the Mule ride in Kalaupapa National Historic Park.
This special community was once home to Belgian missionary Saint Damien. Beginning in 1873, this selfless priest giving hope to Hansen’s disease victims who were exiled to this isolated peninsula. He tragically succumbed to the disease he spent years of his life helping to treat. Today, you ...
... since I had seen him and he just didn't seem to have changed at all.
In 1985 Joachim was backpacking for a year around Australia and met my friend Janet who was holidaying in Perth. She told him to look her up when he got to her hometown near the Gold Coast. He did and then Janet drove him up to Brisbane and he and Janet stayed with us. Janet's dad collected MGs so Janet, Joachim, my brother Simon and I spent the weekend driving around in the ...
... due to have a baby around the same time as my brother and his fiancee!), Cody in San Fran and ofcourse James in Brisbane, Australia, with whom I'll spend Christmas and New Years, plus we'll be joined at some point by Rhys who lives just south of Sydney. But more on that later.
I need to get to work now, make some more money yay!, so this is the end of my first entry. Let's see if I can keep it up regularly ...