Hotel Brasserie Plein Vijf
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... After my first day I was really impressed with the organisation and professionalism this project was managed with, we were told all about our days activities on route to them, grouped and allocated section to search and analyse each with their own supervisor. I was excited for the seven days I’d stay in Emmerich, even though I though it may be to long for a minimum participation, but now I see why they also offer a two weeks course. Over the ...
... The aeroplane crash victims were remembered. The troops didn't carry flags in honour of them, and there was no music at the finish line. There were plenty of crowds though.
The Via Gladioli was packed and, after getting my medal with a crown on top, I made my way back to Marianne and Rein's. By the time I had had my shower, Tino, Rick and GJ were there, so we made a swift exit back to see Hellen and Ivo, eat fried food and fruit salad in the garden.
The route out of the city was the same as the day before, which kind of made it harder. New things distract you and make the miles pass quicker. I spent some time speaking to one of the men who was walking the whole thing in clogs. I noticed he had really thick socks on, but still, the lack of cushioning must have been tough.
As ususal, I stuck to my system where ...
We took Spring Tide over towards (but opposite) the beaches of the next lake which is extremely deep and we anchored on a secluded corner in 6 metres using the mud weight at the back as well as the front anchor. No soon had we stopped John asked for lunch! We had a quick bite and then set to work. Isi did some more of the hand rails and John did some filling ...
... go on their holiday to France.
On Tuesday I am taking a train to Brussels where on Wednesday I hope to catch a plane to Bujumbura. This will be my fifth time in Burundi with LN and for the new blog readers I copied a little bit of information from the internet.
LifeNet International (LN) is a not-for-profit organization that combines innovation with investment capital to ...