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... the ship for 6 o'clock
fire drill. This is 5.30 I might add. So decided to make a run for it. Tricia
took off! Ashy was drowned in 5 mins and Doug and I were laughing that much we
could hardly walk. Talk about a grand entrance back on board!!! even one if the
crew knew who we were at dinner tonight, they must have had a hell of a laugh at
us coming back on board. ...
... son, at 80, and is so cheeky and friendly but you'd think he was half his age given his energy and dress sense, I guess he inherited this positive attitude to life from his mum. We loved his company and hope to meet him again one day. Tante Marie is such a wonderful and energetic lady and I think the secret to her longevity and good health and mind is her attitude to life. It is so positive and inspiring. She ...
... was just like having a meal at oma's, or mum's, traditional Dutch meatballs with vegetables. We absolutely enjoyed Riets and Jans company and I feel privileged to be able to get to know these wonderful people I'm related to. They also have a couple of beautiful cats which are very spoilt indeed. Tomorrow is going to be great and I'm so happy to be here to celebrate Tante Marie's 100th and meet a few more of my Dutch ...
... it was so much fun and i met so many people i didnt know or haven`t seen since i was 8 months old. in total there where 72 people and thats missing a few members and our years in total where 2457! my dutch is horrible so comunication was a bit hard but we got there and im learning little bits each day (:
today i relaxed a bit while the oldies went to the shops, a few people come over for a coffee and photos from the family day which was ...
... the perfect table. They even had a heater so we were nice and toasty. Food and drink was delicious as usual. A really nice lunch all together with sheep skins on our laps and cold beer on the table I don't think you could ask for much more.
Our walk continued through the town and out onto the inland sea, where really large ships could be seen, plus a ton of dogs. It was a little ...