Holiday Inn Eindhoven
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... weken van kan genieten, daarna gaan we langzaam de winter in (voor jullie zomer)
Gelukkig schijnt het winter seizoen in Kaapstad wel ideaal te zijn om te surfen, waar ik mij zeker ook fanatiek aan ga wagen.Het nadeel is wel dat er veel haaien voorkomen in kaapstad maar dit nemen we dan maar voor lief.
Kortom er staan mij heel wat spannende avonturen te wachten die ik hier graag met jullie wil delen.
After a few stressful ...
... yet. Once these stresses are over we will be grand, hopefully. The hotels and food are cheap and lonely planet is very helpful, we have our trusted bibles for the next few weeks! Flights are booked to get there so we definitely get to see Cian. Yay! Enjoy the blogging all, we'll be keeping you up to date provided china doesn't block our internet. ...
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A truly inspiring company that has managed to innovate for centuries. I was particularly inspired with the story about how and when they started developing x-ray light bulbs. During world war one the deliveries of x-ray tubes from Germany to ...
... steering. A domestic ensues as we start off; continuously hitting the river bank...each blaming the other for the zig zag route we have decided to take. Eventually though we get it sorted and make ok progress to Canoe CP1...which is another rope climb from canoe to overhanging branch. Two lanky Dutch guys look to be struggling.
“**** that.” I decide, remembering the last tree I nearly fell out of.
Amanda agrees and we paddle past. ...
Needless to say after our travel days, we were exhausted so we slept in. Once we were up and dressed we headed down to eat breakfast in the former sanctuary. It seems very strange to have an altar scene presiding over our meal. Food was very good and quite a spread: coffee, tea, 4 kinds of juices, fresh and dried fruit and nuts, many different kinds of cheese, 2 kinds of bread and assorted pastries, baked beans, ham, sausage, bacon, salmon with ...