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Today was a very early start for us, we went to watch part of the 4 day walk, this is a walk where the soldiers marched in 1944 at the end of the war, there are different distances you can walk the longest being 50km which is the exact path the soldiers took all those years before, we watched the 15km walk which went through my cousin's town of Huissen. In Australia we find ANZAC day to be our day to celebrate the ...
... increase for the entire nation) and the changes occurring in the Netherlands market.
Chugging right along we spoke with Ingeborg Rijks, Global Supplier Relations Director, about her role and view of EMEA. Ingeborg told us that supplier relations in EMEA has significantly more deals to work out because there is a greater variety of regulations and hoops to jump through in the differing countries. And again we heard about even ...
First in Belgium, then in Holland, reminders of the two World Wars are everywhere--memorials, museums, plaques on buildings, notices in shop windows, and the guides' continual mention of bombings, rebuilding and reconstruction. This morning we are docked in Nijmedin, close to Arnhem, the scene of WWII Operation Market Garden. We opt out of a visit to the Museum in Arnhem in favor of a visit to the Kroller-Muller Museum known primarily for its 90 paintings and 400 ...
... I guess it doesn't open on Mondays.
I found a book shop that had a reasonable selection of kid's books - funny to see some of the favourite authors at school (Eric Carle, David Walliams, Andy Griffiths, Shaun Tan etc) on the bookshelf in another language. Didn't see any Margaret Mahy or Lynley Dodd ones though!
I also found a couple of Cook shops - think TFE, but on a much bigger scale. Probably a good thing my suitcase was fairly full when we arrived! ...
... enlightening all of you with new experiences: people I've met, things I've done and things I've seen.. How about once a week? Deal?
Note to myself: GOSH. Packing a suitcase for 6 months? Mission Impossible.
Note to Mom (and other concerned aunts, boyfriend, etc.): The picture is a joke. I'll be back...
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