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We woke up early today and headed for the airport of Fukuoka. The weather was sunny and warm :) We got in the taxi started to talk about what we will miss about Japan: - the food, obviously - the friendliness - the music at crossroads - the onsen - the beautiful warm sunny weather - the green tea products (that is mostly for me, Julia, but I must say that we found a Genmaicha tea lover in Willem too) - the easy and cheap taxi system - the shinkansen of ...
In 2 weeks from now, we'll be in Japan. We are now finalizing the last details of the trip ;) Music has been uploaded in the ipad, e-readers have enough books, volkskrant magazines are packed. We even created a travel blog :) No really, it looks like we're kind on ready to go. The adventure will take us to Hokkaido, the northern ...
... just at the end of Ramadan? Sniffing up some culture (and durian) as they say in Dutch. From Jakarta we'll fly to Singapore and this is where plans get a big hazy (annoyinglyI'm too busy reading 26 travel stories about a week in Germany to plan this at the moment). From Singapore we'll go to Malaysia, where we'll spend some time in Kuala Lumpur, and do a fireflies tour which I got from Susan for my birthday. From kuala lumpur we will hire a car and drive in the ...
Last night we had just gone to bed when church bells very close by started ringing and ringing and ringing. It must have lasted 60 seconds and rang 100 times (Dale tried to count) and was quite loud. We thought it might be signaling an alert of some kind. Nope. This morning, at 8:00 they started again. Obviously, the people of Utrecht like to be reminded when to go to sleep and when to wake up!
... own up to our own fear and anxiety at that moment. We
help the child see how we experienced it so that she
understands why we acted in the way that we did. She in turn learns the
name for the feelings inside of her when we yank her off the pavement.
Yes, I could slap the child’s bum and just say “NO!,” and when I do, the
child knows to not dart into the street again right away. But, I have
also taught ...