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... to use an old Nokia instead of my new iPhone, to not show any sign of money when in the bigger cities and to never take a boda boda (taxi by motorbike).
I have less then two weeks left before I leave and I can't wait to get there. Almost all of the preparations have been made and I'm making all sort of plans for my two weeks of vacation.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this weeks entry and 'till next week.
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Population under 18 years: 19 million (UNICEF, 2011)
... trip from Amsterdam to the south was not registered (the system is new...) and so free. The trains, so far, are easy to use, comfortable, not crowded and quiet. This trip will be three hours with a change of trains and train company, which means swiping off and back on again. Signage at the station is not clear and I nearly miss my connection, hurrying up the platform waving at the conductor. My Lost and Found count ...
... array of food stalls and eating places. out into the square which hosts festivals and other large gatherings, we headed off to find the old port, passing the unique cube houses designed by Piet Blom in 1984. Onto the station where my travel card caused more drama in dutch. I found it interesting that I could choose english on the machine where money is loaded onto the ...
... The aeroplane crash victims were remembered. The troops didn't carry flags in honour of them, and there was no music at the finish line. There were plenty of crowds though.
The Via Gladioli was packed and, after getting my medal with a crown on top, I made my way back to Marianne and Rein's. By the time I had had my shower, Tino, Rick and GJ were there, so we made a swift exit back to see Hellen and Ivo, eat fried food and fruit salad in the garden.