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... and potatoes for dinner. I have not had a bad meal here yet, and I'm not just tooting my own horn since I've been making them.
The weekend was fantastic. I met up with a group of other au pairs in Hilversum (a town very nearby) for dinner and drinks on Saturday night. I caught the last train back to Almere right about 1am, so overall it was a very good night. Today, Sunday, I laid around for most of the morning then hopped a ...
... Amsterdam, so my children could swim in their pool, and took us out in their boat. There were also very special occasions we shared like Michelle's baptism. Moira always made an effort to get together, and it was always as if time had not gone by. She was a friend for life. I will miss her, and never forget her and I am sure we will meet again.
Love you Moira!
Louise Belley wrote:
Moira read a newspaper article ...
... 8364;33). Don found a beer he actually enjoyed (Jupiter)! After the meal we walked the streets for another hour, aware that this was our last opportunity to enjoy Utrecht (this visit anyway!). We saw a few unusual sights with bikes - women dressed up for a night out (high heels and short tight mini skirts) but still using a bike and the students with overnight bags or trolley suitcases being pulled alongside them as they biked (we guessed they were on their way ...
... and reminiscing about travels. I choose to have a quiet night and after a couple of beers with the roommates, I proceeded to the room while the crazy kids kicked on for another night. I did test out my earplugs which worked like a charm! I can't believe I'm coming up to my one month anniversary. It has been such a memorable time already and I can't believe my luck that I'm about to go to sleep in a college dorm bed in the middle of Netherlands!
... my journey as regularly I received comments on the blog site and also Ted, who has a Vietnamese wife, wasted no time getting in contact with Eddie Verdriet and his wife during the Hanoi crises with their very sick baby and supported to fundraising.
Ted lives in the town of Weesp ( correction: Woerden) , one of very many medieval towns you find around the Netherlands. Many of these towns still have part of their old city ...