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Travel Blogs from Kasterlee
On Thursday we traveled to The Hague, capital of The Netherlands. Most of us hear of it as the site of the World Court where deposed dictators are brought to trial for human rights violations. One cannot tour that venue, but the building is quite impressive. We also visited the Dutch Parliament buildings and the main art museum - more Dutch masters plus Monet, Picasso, and a lot of Piet Mondrian. Delft is just south of The Hague and is a very pretty small town with plenty of blue ...
... from the bus and also go back into the city centre as I saw it was quite walkable. The statue is just small. It is called the emigrant and represents the 3 million people who left through the Port of Antwerp in the 19th century, mostly heading for US or Canada. The rain had cleared and back in the city I was tempted by a horse tram ride. Sitting up on the top level I was almost level with the first floor of the buildings. From this vantage point you see right into shops. ...
... the net, and her hair fell back down again.
There were 3 birthday cakes with candles, waaaaaaaay toooo much! After that pancakes (freshly baked) and then everyone fell asleep on the sofa :)
Enora was having a bad reflux again. And a cold, so she didn't really sleep that well... I held her for like 10-15mins, but then she had to go back to mommy..
... the party vibe! And I still loved every minute of it ;-)
But first Xmas: One day with Miranda and half her family. Mimpen parties, always fun. Put together 18 crazy people, good food, music and lots of alcohol and you have a winner…sleeping at 06.30AM with a smile on my semi-drunken face. Second day with my own family: more quiet with good food and presents. Unfortunately Elina and her grandmother were not feeling well.
Days fly by… I went on ...
... had gehoopt wat videospelletjes te kunnen spelen (laatste kans!) maar het is zoveel fijner om vrienden en familie te zien, dus staat die playstation daar alweer een week onaangeroerd hehe.
Whatever happens, where ever my future lies, one thing is fore sure: I've got way too much stuff.
So many books, clothes, comics, instruments, cd's, movies... all just stuff stuff stuff.
Before I left travelling, I had already parted with a lot of it. But too ...