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Took a train to Arnhem for the day and spent it walking around the old part of the city. Very quaint with narrow streets strictly for walking traffic only, lined with a wide variety of shops. We even came across a small furniture shop where they were making solid oak kitchen cupboards ..... Beautiful! Both Den and I could not get over how tall both the men and women are over here as well as good looking. ...
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One day I won’t have to miss you again, because I will be closer to you than ever
imagined. Till that day I will miss you dearly and make you proud.
I want to thank you for all the years you put up with me and raised me what made me who I am today. I will always keep you in my heart, in combination with all the fond memories we’ve got together and I will cherish those safely.
This is certainly not the last time that ...
... indeed very good to be with them again, as a special bond has been formed over the years, and Tante Gre's health is deteriorating. Even so, it was great to see them still doing relatively well in their own home.
In the afternoon we drove further north to visit some friends, and went on a search for John's old family home, as we knew it wasn't ...
I had been looking forward to day 27 ever since I decided to come to Holland. It was going to be my opportunity to catch up with Anne, a Dutch girl I travelled with in Malaysia for five days. You know, when I find myself in such situations, any dwindling faith in traveling is restored. It is so thrilling to meet a stranger in a different country, become the best of friends while traveling and share a unique bond and experiences together. Then, almost ...
... 6 things faded as grade 6 was split in grade 6A and grade 6B. The kids with the clever brains were in grade 6A and the others (or rather the ones who became clever later) were in 6B. Ted was a destined for 6A, which was right as he continued his education on a university level later. I praised myself lucky as class 6 A was run by the headmaster/tyrant and 6B by the same, very popular teacher we had endured in grade 5.