Hotel-Restaurant de Smittenberg
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I didn’t write anything lately because a lot of personnel
stuff happened, happy things but sad things as well. This year only started
nearly 3 weeks ago, and I already have been through a rollercoaster of
emotions. In the beginning of the year my mom died from cancer, which only had
been discovered 3 months ago. I`m really glad that I have a lot of support from
everyone around, even from the ...
... bit of research and dreaming i applied for a 'Working holiday visa' (subclass 317). Within 1 day the visa was granted. Now it was time to buy my flight tickets and make some plans (but not to much planning, that doesn't work for me).
Here is the plan: the end of February i will be flying to Kuala Lumpur, where I'll be staying for about three weeks. probably I will fly from Singapore to Australia. To which city, ...
... to select. If cheeks now, and really, really dry, facial mask, eye mask is the best first aid measures, one can immediately improve water.
Strategy 2: mix lotion and Foundation 1:1
Professional makeup artist teaches us to deal with "powder" trick: the 1:1 ratio mixing the lotion and Foundation, Foundation is enough humidity. First with a slightly damp Foundation brush on a large floor brush stick Foundation, then push with your fingers.
Thanks to my lovely and knowledgable friend Ella, we set off across Holland to Marken and Monnickendam.
We drove for about an hour in the rain across Holland to the little town of Marken, which Ella had told us was an example of a true old fashioned Dutch town. We drove along a very narrow isthmus with the sea being held back on both sides and canals going every which way,finally arriving at Marken. Fortunately the rain had stopped by now (those gods are still smiling) and ...
... heavily biased to cyclists. No sane driver would cut off a cyclist since in the case of an accident, the cyclist is almost presumed innocent. Its unfortunate we were unable to to tour the Saint Pietersberg Caves with over 20,000 passages dug out over centuries -and used as shelter during sieges and bombings. Its not tourist season so things like this are closed except weekends. We left Masstricht and traveled on to Valkenburg, ...