Bakker in Vorden
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... and crimes against humanity by the international criminal court in The Hague since 2005 but has evaded capture.
Conclusion of this weeks entry is that no matter how stable the country is, always keep your eyes open. Don't go wandering through national parks alone, definitely not after nightfall. Some tips I picked up in the last couple of weeks is to try finish traveling before dark, to not go to the north of ...
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Area: 241,038 sq km (93,072 sq miles)
... like walking down the street easier for them. After the experience in the dark I learnt how to read Braille and how to use a Braille typing machine. After the eye opening experience of the Blind Museum I decided that I wasn't going to see any further sights in Nijmegen and that the experience at the Museum was more than enough and as such I consciously decided not to take any photos of my time in Nijmegen as a reminder of my ...
... great today but at least she had rested well. A quick dive into the campsites "supermarket" left me scratching my head for breakfast and lunch. The kids were fed and off they went climbing and cycling. Weather still overcast and positively Antarctic compared to what we are used to but it was dry! Until the kids and I hit the pool. Had great fun in there as the kids re-arranged the quite funky furniture into makeshift slides!!!! Afterwards we chilled out ...
... to recreate the sand dunes.
I think we all know about the dike system of water management but talk about a human created landscape.
We traveled to Ede Netherlands to meet a wildlife attorney Dan knew of wanted to connect with, Ari Traubworst. He took us on a walking safari looking at tracks and scat and we met his family. He recommended we visit the National Park the next day.
So the next day we visited the 'gem of the ...