Hotel Restaurant 't Klokje
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... following day was the barefoot walk at Gutach. It was about 2km long through a pretty valley and had loads of different surfaces for you to walk over. Mine and Phoebe's favourite was undoubtedly the mud - nothing like it squelching through the toes. There were other things around such as guess the smell, feel the animal fur and meditation rooms. Phoebe loved it and did some pretty impressive walking over some rough surfaces and up some slippery ...
... and the trip. Exactly what we hoped for. Good fun!
-we pedaled on and finished the ride and were glad that it was a short day. The town of Willemstad looked quite quaint although the harbor kind of seemed like a scene. The hotel had a great location but small and stuffy rooms.
-Laura found an awesome restaurant and ...
near future;)Now some of you might be thinking China? What happened to Italy? I do want
to live there again one day. Also to become more fluent in the language. But
for now I accepted a job as an English teacher. A job that I really like. I am
going to work in a kindergarten focussed on English language training. So I
have a feeling my life is going to be filled with games and ...
... my ticket. The old man probably didn't understand a word of what I said and looked **** scared upon my request. I tried again with a middle aged couple but got refused. It was the first time I felt that life is probably not so easy in a strange land where people hardly speak the same language.
I took my luggage and walked to the nearest market. I asked the lady at the cash counter to give me change in coins for Euro 20 note. She also refused. I lost all hope and ...
... is that the main shopping areas in every town are lined with people that have set up garage sale stuff. Blocks and blocks of it! The last thing I need is more stuff to bring home, so can you imagine how hard it was for me to run that gauntlet without buying anything!
Sunday, we took our time going home..we came across a small village where absolutely everyone was walking/riding bike to church (all dressed up-women in fancy ...