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... far away from my place of origin. Despite this all, I started
having this feeling, this itch that only a crazy trip around the globe can scratch.
The challenge to live and work in another country, adjust to the different culture
and learn a new language was one of the single most amazing adventures I ever
lived through and survived. There were so many ups and downs in this journey
but in the end, I ...
... that is for sure.
When in Cape town I’m staying with a guest family, I already have been in contact with them and they sound really enthusiastic, So I believe I will dive in deep in the South-African culture right from the beginning. My S-A "mother" : "Brace yourself girl, you are in for a heck of a ride, but.. a fun joyous and beautiful one!!!"
Right now it is still Summer in Cape-town, so I will be sunbathing next week definitely, and I ...
... Obviously really needed a bit of a catch up. It was nice to look at the weather outside and not be part of it.
late afternoon we had a champagne celebration at Jez and Kat's room with Cameron and Amy. Headed off for a few minutes walk to a cute restaurant which served 'hippie' food. Just my style. Sticks of tempeh and tofu with a kejup manis sauce, nice vegs and great chips. Jez and Kat took turns at coming to dinner.
... up to see the match and it was also a nail biter ,we all thought that it would turn to a kick off and then Germany scored. 2 goals that was exciting I think that it was well after 12 that we went to bed. Today we went to a beautiful shopping centre in Centro Oberhausen one of the biggest shopping complex in the area and lots of cafe's and beautiful scenery, Rita Werner Rien and I walked around a the complex and we went to ...
After seeing Castle Doorwerth, we went to the largest WWII cemetery in the Netherlands. It's mostly men who died in Arnhem, there's a monument for them. It's in the next town from Arnhem, Oosterbeek. It's mostly British commonwealth soldiers, some Scottish, Dutch, Canadians, and a few Polish. It was really cool to see the graves, because it had the soldier's national military ...