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It has been two years since I first heard about Mercy Ships; a teacher of EF Cape Town, Chloe, gave us a presentation about this wonderful organisation. Immediately I felt touched by the work they do and how they do it - bringing hope and healing to the poorest populations. Upon my return to Belgium in July 2012 I tried to get into contact with the Belgian department - with success! I started as a volunteer for the Belgian organisation of Mercy Ships and have ...
... language course and my entire CD collection ripped to two 32GB USB sticks.
2) What are you going to miss most?
I expect it's going to be the flexible working hours. The option to adjust you working day to whatever you please (within certain boundaries) is something I'm really fond of.
1) So, are you excited about it?
(Yes, that last one really is the most frequently asked question.)
... train station were old and at ground floor level (street side). The newer ones were either in a residential-only neighborhood, thus no shops around, or at a considerable distance from the city.
After quite some deliberation I selected the latter option. It is a brand new apartment with a bedroom and a living room with open kitchen. The downside is that it is so close to work that I can actually see the roof of the main building from my ...
Ignoring the typical grey sky of a North German autumn we headed out to the spectacular town of Monschau which was established about 1000 years ago. On the way we passed through Holland and Belgium to reach this small German town, an experience that is incomprehensible to an Australian mindset.
Small relics and reminders of World War ...
To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...