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... said "it is what it is". But I need for you to know that my greatest regret ever is the day you departed Miami and I told you that I was not going to say goodbye because I was planning to see you again in two short weeks. I did not want to say goodbye even though I knew that I might not see you again. It scared the hell out of me to do so sis; I did not want to accept that you were eventually going to be taken away from us. Two weeks later I arrived in Amsterdam, but ...
... driving the full length and breadth of the park over the next 10 minutes serves to confirm our worst fears - there is no large gathering to be seen )-: However, there ARE a lot of pedestrians and cyclists, looking somewhat perplexed as I dart around them. And then there is, finally, one other car to be seen, coming towards us, and then, cutting me off and stopping right in front of me - the nerve ! Whoops, it's a policeman, wondering how in the world I got into the ...
... a bike big or small enough for them. It was really hard for the shorter girls.
We rode our bikes through the countryside dirt roads, and it was absolutely breathtaking. We passed a bunch of farms, and even a small castle. It looked like a fairytale. The owners of the castle also owned a bunch of farms in the area and rented them out.
Our first stop was a cherry farm. The owner raised ...
February 16th, we are leaving Canada for the next continent; Europe.
The plan is to have a month in Holland and then travel through Europe till April 30th.
February and March can still be very wintery in Holland but the main reason to go there is to visit family and friends. Lucky lucky us: spring arrives early and we enjoy many days of 20 degrees Celsius.
We are even luckier with how we are welcomed by our family and ...
... for pulling out in front of him, and were off. It is very difficult to get into fourth or fifth gear here, because there are multiple speed bumps, islands, and cyclists. We paid for parking, got out, and admired some local street art. I took some pictures of the Saint Vitus Catholic church. Towering! The steeple was so tall but modest in design otherwise. We walked through the town and my stomach was really hurting. I toughed it out (contrary ...