Hotel Domicil Lebensart
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... a college for vocational education in Hengelo, the Netherlands, called ROC van Twente. The classes I teach are all studying computer technology, some classes at the Duch level three, others at level 4.
They are future computer management assistants, application developers, and network and systems managers. Most of the them are boys, in the ages between 17 and 27 (!). Naturally, they were glad to see the last of me today.
To be continued ... ...
... a kind of) cruise control to make those long highway hours a bit more comfy. I've added two 36 liter saddlebags, two 8 liter (I think) tank panniers and I've got a topcase and a big waterproof bag that I'll tie on top of the buddyseat. That should be enough space to take everything I need with me. (Pictures of the motorcycle will follow).
Part 2: Get the hell out of Europe
It's cold here, and I don't like ...
Again we decided to avoid the big cities and stay in a regional town. Pulling in we had no idea where we would be sleeping, but the centre is small and always has a hotel sign.
We have a restful afternoon wandering the streets, seeing the odd sight and of course "window shopping".
Dinner being our final German meal constisted of schnitzel and cheap drinks!!!!
We were surprised to discover ...
Tomorrow at 7 in the morning Ben and Sam will leave their beloved hometown Enschede. They will embark on an epic journey throughout all kinds of countries, over high mountains and through deep valleys. With the ultimate goal to see Greece in all it's glory and to go back to the Netherlands via Zürich to meet a dear friend; whom we lost through marriage (to a really nice Swiss girl ;)).
Their first quest will be to travel to ...
Jacqueline and I left Amsterdam around 8:00pm to drive an hour East to Enter to visit with Gert, Jacqueline's new boyfriend. The town is maybe 30 km away from the Germany border... so it's very close to Germany and the houses were small but had a bit of a German feel to them... We met ...