Hotel Brasserie Plein Vijf
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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 ...
... spotted a man sporting a full sized Russian flag. He was making reasonable progress, but labouring the steps a bit. he told us the airline had lost all his luggage, including his boots and he had had to buy everything new when he arrived in Nijmegen. He reckoned he'd lost three toenails. How he could walk that distance in new boots was amazing. I gave him the gladioli I'd been carrying, as he deserved it more than anybody else we'd met ...
... call with Oma to see how life was back in NZ. After dinner a number of Elly's family turned up for drinks and we all had quite a few laughs talking about family happenings. A number of them mentioned when coming into the house "Och Elly you look so like Tante Miep" After drinks Riny offered me croquette & frekindel for late night snack. What could I say!! I do enjoy a late night snack after beers sometimes. What a host ha ...
... at €65 for a taxi to the airport!
Isi researched on chalets or B&B when we got back but as there is a campsite next door the cheapest option is for us to borrow Dawn’s tent. We don’t do tents anymore, so hope our backs survive on the lilo. Isi also tried to find out about busses and trains to the airport without success.
Today it was 30+ degrees it is so energy sapping.
... 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 ...