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... with livestock. We felt like Indiana Jones!! After our exploring of tunnels, we found an old shopping area with pretty buildings. We ate a couple bars of delicious Belgium chocolate and gyros for dinner. Going to bed early. Weather has been warm but not too bad. It sprinkled out a little today but so far no bad weather (knock on wood) Tomorrow we go to Brussels, Belgium for two nights. Hope all is good in ...
... of wheat fields and other crops being grown, not to mention the mountains in the distance. On the ride, Banaf talked and I listened. She has always been a political activist and feminist for women in Iran. She married a man she didn't love at the age of 19 for the freedoms it afforded her, and had a daughter at 23, in the midst of the Iranian revolution, which she returned for with baby in tow. After 9 years of marriage she divorced, and realized that she was no ...
... they just get stuck at the bottom of the page unless I write something
5 Well I was just trying to see what would happen if I sent the photos rather than uploading them directly... seems they just get stuck at the bottom of the page unless I write something
Seems like an awful lot to write, I think that I would prefer for my blogging site to have less text need and more photos
... of Luxembourg City. Again, Brussels isn't brilliant for traffic and there's a real bottleneck just outside at a tunnel where we had a slow passage but traffic the other way was solid for km after km.
The first and last bits are always the most stressful, getting out onto the motorway or main road then the final approach to the site, the guide book descriptions are often very helpful in addition to Tom Tom's directions (you know we have Air ...
After having been abroad for more than 9 months, I was kindly requested to come celebrate the holidays at home, with my Dutch friends and family. But since my new home (or rather, my parents' home) is deep in the Dutch countryside (or as we Randstadters like to call it: practically Germany), I didn't stay there for long. Instead, like a newly-crowned queen or a Olympics-winning sports team, I went On Tour through the Netherlands, and even made a quick ...