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Yesterday I was in Arnhem, doing some shopping for Uganda when my mum send me a link with a news item. A Dutch girl of approximately my age went missing in a Ugandan national park. It sounds like her adventure started pretty much the same as mine. A student doing an internship in Uganda with classmates. when they have a two week holiday they go for a safari in Murchison falls national park. Shortly after they arrived the ...
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... adjusted. Found in Schimmert, my pillow left from the last trip. Lost somewhere between leaving Uden and Zwolle, my walking stick. Turns out I left it on the station as Oss, too busy with goodbyes and cases. The train to Emmen is smaller and crowded. I feel clumsy with my large case and backpack, but try to ignore myself and settle in to watch the people and the scenery. Most of the other passengers are young ...
... biscuits where the owner asked me a question in Dutch, and I looked blankly. It is terrible not understanding a word! Michael has been trying to teach us a few words, and Melinda tried, but this old brain can't cope. We met Paul on arrival, and Bruno and Michael started working on the car after we all had a cup of coffee.
I thought I would go for a walk to warm up and see if I could find a toilet somewhere. It didn't take long to walk around the village. There were some ...
... market” , like a car boot sale without the cars. You spread your wares for sale on a blanket on the ground; mainly it was for children to sell their old toys with parents in attendance and some were busking. We bought a couple of DVD’s from a nice lady (who assured us they were in English) to add to our collection. It did not seem there was any charge to set up, so “blanket sales” what a nice ...