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... quite popular in Europe: BENELUX, which stands fro Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. His one advice to us was that we should try to stay as close to the client process as possible so that we don’t lose the client focus of the company.
Our day at Utrecht ended with a meeting with three ladies from the Challenge program at BCD. The program is designed for existing employees at BCD in order to help empower them to excel in their role. We got a chance ...
... as the best being double fried in proper fat.
There was quite a buzz about the place with lots of people attracted to the city but also to the Gay Pride big parade. The Capitaine had told us it was on and said as they like uniforms he would not be wearing his!! There were hundreds and hundreds of gays taking part and many more watching. Within the floats there were, drag queens music, dancing, and flag staff jugglers. About 30 ...
... Canadian reality is beginning to intrude on my European life, and I don't particularly like it.
It's sunny today, and there's a hint of warmth to the air. The birds are singing, and it's reminiscent of my first days here, and I feel as if everything has come full circle. At moments like this, life feels extremely cyclical, as if it is set to some sort of pattern. I walked downtown today, through Grand Place, down rue Royale, ...
... to getting view of the countryside. From the top its easy to see why the town was strategically important. It commands such great views over the rest of the Western front and hence it was so heavily fought over. Sorry, I will upload the photos in another post!
The tower itself was built after WWI and but before WWII and during the second world war the memorial was badly damaged and bears significant bullet marks as a result. ...
... several little coffee shops all joined
together. People were milling around
drinking coffee and beer!
To board our flight for Munich,
we were taken by bus into the middle of the runway - giving way to Jumbos and
other air craft, as you do, to reach our plane.
It was rather cold (-50 C) given that we didn't have any
coats on but once on the aircraft it was okay.
We ended up with a window seat, which in one way ...