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Today I emailed with a friend in Jakarta. I hope she can help me finding our pembantu (Indonesian for Maid) Sammie. It would be nice if we could meet with her again. At that time we lived at Jl Musholla 23 in Cilandak-Timur. We took Sammie with us when we moved from Ujung Pandang to Jakarta. When we left we paid for her ticket home. But later we heard that she stayed in Jakarta. I guess she might still be around. Hope we can find ...
... how a major assault to take bridges in Netherlands back from Germany. They were only partially successful as depicted in the movie a bridge too far. We did ride in the rain for a bit. We rode through forests and a town named kranemburg where we had lunch. We were supposed to ride to a ferry to the barge but the ferry was broken down. This caused us to ride and additional 12 miles. It made for a long ...
... Other than that, the National Park was very well managed and tidy
With some tidying up, checking out around 12 and a 70 mile trip to the ferry queue, we are on course for arrival in North Shields on Tuesday. When we get to Ijmuiden, it will be lunch sandwich time and we hope others in the queue without their own facilities will be extremely jealous!
Hope you have enjoyed the words and pictures this time ...
First whole day of biking over dikes and through farmland. Typical Netherlands scenes very green and large healthy animals. Stopped at a farm for lunch where fresh cherry pie was served. The cherries were freshly picked and then baked in a pie. We did have some rain but it wasn't too bad. Tonight will be an early dinner so we can watch the Netherlands mexico soccer game. Dinner will be Mexican and served so we can see the ...
KL 592 departed 45 mins late because the cabin crew kicked out three passengers who were drunk when the boarded. Little mistake from the ground crew.
10:45 hrs flying time to AMS.
Thank you all for you mails and remarks.
I am looking fwd to my next trip.
Now back to work, to earn money for my next journey.