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Travel Blogs from Winterswijk
... mountain air and soon Tommie had recovered. Meanwhile Eddie could start and run his business again so money started flowing in once more to provide a steady income. On behalf of Eddie a very big Thank You for all who assisted- It may sound cliché but your donations saved a life, so you have a reason to feel good about that!
Luckily the rain bypassed Deventer so we could go and have some lunch in the main square after which Eddie gave me the guide tour I ...
... sorted and had early lunch of pizza (amazing what you buy when you need a toilet stop!)very nice the pizza was . Duisburg is the world's largest inland port, accounting for 50% of Germany's steel output. It was one of heaviest bombed German cities during the second world war. It was bombed 299 times and 80% of the city was destroyed. got to Rhienburg in nice time thought yippee tent be ...
We made it!
After driving more then 25.000 km's, crossing 12 borders, 2 flat tyres, 2 small accidents, 1 corrupt police officer, 1 new set of springs, 1 new battery and enormous amounts of local beers and ice creams we arrived safely in Winterswijk Ratum!
Along the road we have met a lot of genuine nice people. Some were the owners of the hostels and guesthouses ...
3 July 2013
Flying through a Sauna in Deventer
My friend Rob, who is an aviation aircraft instructor, invited me to come to join him on a training session, meaning attending class. He works at a smallish airport between the cities of Apeldoorn and Deventer. The class consisted of about 15 students who aspire to become pilots one day. Lessons are conducted in English as there are foreign students amongst the ...
The first post... The first of many ones, I hope. And the first of a long journey.
Yesterday, I have taken my dark blue, surprisingly comfortable sitting (even with a weight of 12 kg) and expensive travelling companion home. It's a Gregory Deva 60 L.
I was happy and I hope that he will be a good companion :)