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Na een aantal stressvolle weken waarin ik meerdere keren naar de ambassade van Zuid-Afrika in Den Haag ben geweest om mijn visum te bemachtigen, en nog steeds druk bezig ben om mijn Minor English Culture and language af te ronden is het dan bijna zover:
1 februari vertrek ik voor een stage van 5 maanden naar Kaapstad
Na deze 5 maanden stage blijf ik nog een maand in Zuid-Afrika en deze maand staat nog geheel open voor avontuur. Op dit moment denk ...
... up and start to ache again. This was not a good portent for the week ahead. I had hoped my knee would be better. I decided to wear all the best stuff on the first day's walk, just in case there wasn't a second.
Back at the ranch, Reina, Lieve and Suzanne were arriving. It was great to see them again, and we picked up where we had left off, laughing and chatting over more of Marianne's wonderful cooking, whilst sitting outside in the garden.
The queues at the check in desks were down to a handful of people, rather than the anacondas of walkers there had been when I'd registered. In fact the whole town seemed a little more subdued. The stalls, however, seemed to have multiplied. They touted bags, boots and burgers. I found some presents for my family because I knew I wouldn't be up for it after the walking. There were people from all over the world milling together. The military ...
Well, I am exhausted. I got back from Nijmegen at 9:30 and just got back from Alex's room, planning for tomorrow. I'm doing a lot of fun things this weekend, but everything in some way relates to class. Midterms next week, class registration is coming up soon and is being VERY troublesome, my Black Swan submissions are due Monday, I have ...
... in the room while we ate lunch. It was very good, consisting of a vegetable soup and some meats and cheeses. Seemed typical of a lunch similar to that in Guatemala (where I was last month).
After lunch we headed to a local elementary school. The name of the school is Osterbeek which means "The Crossing". The reason is that it is located within a mile or so of the Waal River Crossing Battlefield. ...