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We were up early to walk Prego as she was being left cosy in the van whilst we cycled to the Museonder for a quick browse. A great cycle down and then into the museum. We entered just as a group of kids on a school trip did. Probably Year 1-2 ish (5-7 year olds). They were very sweet but oh so noisy. They completely took over and the teachers had absolutely no control over them. Nonetheless, we wandered round looking at all of the stuffed wildlife and reading about how the park ...
... came across a picture frame of our own and discovered they are showing exact locations / angles of Van Gogh paintings. There's a Van Gogh museum here which is the second biggest in the world (after Amsterdam) so it's a big deal! The frames are numbered so they obviously follow a guide / listing somewhere; very cool. We had a quick drink at the cafe then headed back to camp. The walk seemed a lot longer on the way back! We returned to the barrier ...
... those men and guys in Permanent Housing and other informal settler (new terminology/word for slum/squatter areas) who used to drink liquor in the streets without shirts on. So I was just imagining if they are here in Netherlands if they can do that in the middle of walking refrigerator..Hahahahahaa..(sorry I bet you didn’t understand me)..
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... is these days. For those who are interested, on Clare’s recommendation we are using Google+ which can be done on computer, ipad or phone.
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We realised we were driving up and down the country and back again and this is how they show up on the ...
... beyond) and interact with everyone except the one sitting next to you! Don't get me wrong, I'm not pleading for the old Poste Restante days- just a few thoughts running through the tropical tete of mine (yes, I know of the accent mark required in the word "tete"- just can't figure out where it is!).
Another thought bouncing about about up there is globalization, no place on earth exempt, including Bali. Unlike the U.S., where one can ...