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Home is not a place.
We become homesick because we get attached to things that we love. Which are usually things that are familiar to us like the house we grew up in. But feeling homesick can also mean something else, people who travelled or lived abroad for longer periods of time might already know where I'm going with this.
I never experienced being homesick in my life. Ever since I was a little girl I loved ...
... obvious and every major road has an entirely separate bike path running adjacent.
They even have bike path bins which are like goals into which you toss your rubbish as passing!
Put simply, the Netherlands from an infrastructure perspective is a great place to ride a bike!
The weather and the wind do however add a little challenge to what would otherwise be a bike rider's paradise!
My room had green walls and my bed was nestled in an alcove where only the end of the bed was accessible. It's a bit like a sleep pod from a futuristic film like the Fifth Element. I managed to sleep in, a feat for me as my hectic work schedule means my body-clock is set to 6 hours maximum rest per day. Even so, I seemed to be the only person awake when I got up.
After breakfast, I went to de Wedren to register. A rainstorm necessetated ...
... with TUC biscuits and/or lollies and held them out so that walkers could grad a handful as they went past. We also yelled out encouragement to the military walkers, especially the individual walkers. It was amazing how many people went past – you had to be fast on your feet because sometimes, they would be concentrating so much on the walk that they wouldn’t see you and would almost run you down (so to speak). On the last day (Day 4), ...
... of the other European monarchy the house is resplendent with presents and gifts that show the close ties that he had with the entire Europe.
What struck me the most was his belief that the monarchy would one day reign once more in Germany, belief that lead him to say that his remains would stay there, in Doorn, until a Kaiser would be once more on the throne of his homeland. .