Hotel Restaurant De Vossenberg
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... it too... But he is dead now... He killed himself.... And i still miss him... I was 10/11 and he 14 i guess... But still i can't give it a right place.... Okeyy today was (clearly) not my best day... But yeah i have to deal with it.... Hope it will be better tomorrow because IT IS WEEKEND *****ES!!! Tomorrow i have a hockeygame and i hope we are going to win! And the B3 of the guys playes also home so i am going to see other Max (little Max) and Pim ofcourse Xxx ...
... to study at this point or hang out with Adia some more. On Tuesday and Thursday we do English reading and writing practice.
8:30 - Go to the gym
I really appreciate the chance to go interact with some other adults in the evening. The kick-butt workouts help my endorphin levels too.
11:00 - Bed
Then I'm ready to start it all over again.
All in all, being an au ...
After waking very early 3.15am (sigh) and not getting back to sleep we decided to make an early start to look around Utrect beforehand. We got to the bus stop and made sure with a local that we were on the right side of the road....yes we were. But the bus was 40mins away, Alf made friends and mentioned we may go for a coffee, she laughed and said everyone was still in bed and shops don't open till late. Turns out she lives in the same ...
... on my runs or cycling.
- The wind is insane. It sounds like a plane taking off right over my room.
- The food is amazing. Like I said, I haven't had a bad meal yet. The cheese alone could be hard to leave.
A lot remains to be seen still. I definitely am considering this my adjustment period. However, one thing is for sure...The availability of Nutella and an espresso machine in this house may be the death of me.
... children playing. The children knew that they had been spotted. The children ran back to the Hidden Village and told the people there that they all had to run, 2 elderly people could not run. A total of 8 people were taken into custody in 2 hrs. They were made to walk back to the main city, and they were shot.
There is a memorial that contains the 8 names of those who were shot: a boy, Johnny, was the youngest, the oldest was a man named Max Gompex, who was 73. The stone memorial ...