Hotel De Naaldhof
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... a safety drill. Everyone had to rush up to the sundeck and put on a most attractive flotation device. After the captain had ticked off every cabin, that was it! Obviously there are no lifeboats, so I'm not sure what would happen next - maybe we all jump into the Rheine? One of the characters we have on board is Lyall, who used to be an Air Commodore in the Air Force and flew many missions over Vietnam. His favourite saying if anyone is ...
... let the cows back into the pasture for the day. The cows were jumping around excitedly, running, and exploring. It was one of the best experiences of my life, surrounded by friends in the Netherlands, watching cows. When it was time to move on, one of my friends drove the tractor out of the pasture.
In the driveway was a large trailer full of bikes. We passed around bikes, making sure ...
... take the kids to Amsterdam, the Efteling, museums, high tea, laser gaming, bowling, shopping, swimming, ice skating, karbiet-shooting and to school! Emma, Maegen and Art make a presentation at school about New Zealand and show the kids the Haka on You tube. The Dutch kids really enjoy it and say they weren’t scared!
In between the socializing with many dinner parties, cups of coffee and social drinking, we have a few main events: The van Echtelt family ...
... of Swiss and German cars passing through, so I decided to just be picky and wait until one of those could take me. After about an hour the waiting paid off and I got a ride to Kaiserslautern in Germany, over 600 kilometers away. The car was being driven by an American couple connected to the American Air Force base at Ramstein. They invited me to stay the night with them and in the morning they offered to show me the base.
Visiting the base was awesome. I got to ...
... to target, all the while pretending to talk on the telephone. The best way of dealing with them is to stare at them to let them know they have been recognised, and pass through the area as quickly as possible. It’s a pity this experience is the last experience of Paris.
The train to Amsterdam is quick, comfortable, convenient, and so much more enjoyable than taking ...