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... you when it came to A3. However, I received good advice from you and support. I truly admired your courage to fight this terrible disease called "cancer". We talked for hours during one of your trips to Miami and I remember one night, you expressed to me how much you wanted to fight this terrible disease and that you wanted to live many more years for your kids and family. You set a goal and that was to finish your last vacation. A journey that took you to Aruba, ...
... celebrated every year in honor of the camp where Jews were hidden. It is import that we never forget.
There are 5 people who are still alive that were hidden in this village. The village was huts that were underground. One German man donated a well for the bunkers. They had to hand dig the well. People cannot live without water.
The Nazis found the village and destroyed it.
The village is being rebuilt by special needs people. Hunters , who were hunting for ...
Headed off early form Amsterdam to destination Lubeck Germany. The train left on time but some how lost about 25 minutes in the travel and we missed our connection. Only an hour wait for the next train. It was an improvement over the first as we had our own compartment. Hamburg was the next stop and we had about 2 hours to see some of the city. Very vibrant and modern. Good walking streets and squares. Lots of people. Lots of action. The train journey to Lubeck ...
... the ice slapping your face—very COLD. But Dutchies keep on saying it’s nothing.
2. On TIME dutchies. We observed that Dutchies are always on time. Generally They don’t have this dialogue “sorry im late”. When we visited the Embassy of the Philippines in the Hague. Ria and Lissane asked us if we feel like we are in the Philippines and our ANSWER is YES because the people there are late..Yeah and we feel ...
... boring. We are not even sure sometimes if it went up or down. We did one today that moved maybe 40cm but between the waiting and the slow lock took near two hours. In france our best was 9 minutes and it was fully automated. We followed a boat into a marina as there was another monster squall coming. It was a bit early but i didnt fancy getting whited out agian ( so much rain/ snow you cant see) in the tighter sections we had entered. It was already after two ...