Hotel Gastronomique De Echoput
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... the way to the train. Aly and Ella met me at the station in Houten and we walked to Aly and Bas's house where Remko, Boaz and Kirsten and her family met us (Eline had gone to London this afternoon for a training course for the rest of the week). It was nice to catch up with Bas and Aly and Kirsten as I have met them all in NZ and a couple of times in the Netherlands. We had pancakes for dinner as I had told them about pancake day coming up and it seemed like a good excuse to ...
Well the adventure is almost over. It was so hard to say goodbye to all my new Rwandan friends. I feel as if I have added to my family. This has been such a special experience. I'm still sorting the feelings and experiences.
Since we had several hours before our next flight to Seattle we said goodbye to Kelly who left ...
... loonies in trainers, wiht kit bags that I thought there was a chance the run would take place. It was also at this unplanned stop that we were all given coffee to make up for the delay to our train (which was only 20 minutes) - are you listening UK train providers.
Once we disembarked at the larger than expected town of Apeldoorn, there was no question that the marathon was on as runners were evrywhere and there was a free shuttle bus for the mile ...
... in,we did not get up till nearly 8am. We went to visit Ron & Monique in Nieuwerkerk a/d IJssel.
The day turned out to be another great day,nice warm day,great food,and drinks and song!!
All the fabulous people there made it for a day to remember.Today promises much of the same,we are of to The Haque and Scheveningen!
I will keep you informed!
Bus, plane, train and bicycle: those are the four modes of transportation I have experienced in only a 72-hour period since departing Edmonton. In fact, part of this entry was written on my handy dandy netbook on a train from Amsterdam to s’Hertoegdenbosch, the town where Hilde lives. The rest of it was written almost two weeks later (but I’m pretending I wrote it on July 12) on a train from Sicily to mainland Italy. Ha ha, so much ...