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... consumption rate was even better than our next group.
The Chopper Club
Yes folks, the bikers have been out in force, "doing" England as usual.The leathers (do they eat sleep and travel in them?) scratchy beards, pony tails and tattoos are in evidence.
A group of English youngsters going to Holland for some reason? Generally well ...
... spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">I have been very home sick lately. Although I've only been in France for three months, I miss home, the comforting scent of my mom's cooking every time I came home on the weekends. Even when she served me more than I could ever really eat; her hugs - with her everlasting love enveloping me as she pulls me close to her heart telling me everything would ...
... our travels have been futile thus far, but hey, more beer for me. I’m a little biased towards the Netherlands, but I must admit Italy has a lot to offer as well. I guess we will have to continue visiting for further investigation until the debate is settled once and for all.
P.S. As much as Taya clings to her Italian heritage, Amsterdam is the first city on our tour in which the natives mistook us for locals.
In the depths of my horrible dealings with Gatwick Airport, I had made contact with Marco, an old friend from South Africa. He and his then-wife Annet lived in South Africa for about five years way back in the 80's, and they bought a puppy from us - Mischa, Skye's litter brother. We always prided ourselves on our eight-week-old puppies leaving us knowing "sit," "down" and "heel" but of course Mischa had to learn them in Dutch! And then ...
... very vibrant interesting fascinating city crowded. Buildings great and many crowded streets
Found our way back to parking place and headed for home
With a stop on way at supermarket to pick up some beers and wine.
Huge booze shop next to the supermarket, has crates of 20 500ml bottles for €13 or NZ$19.50 not a bad price. And you get a refund on the plastic crate as well as the bottles! Wine selection better at the supermarket ...