Hotel am Waldbad
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... everything was so precious that went home. Sending it home to Australia was a lot cheaper than expected which was certainly a nice bonus. Jenny showed us around Rheine town and the girls both got balloons from the bank. Poor Laila's balloon kept breaking away from its stick so I got the privilege to hold it for her when it just wouldn't stay where it was put. We played with the girls in a water play area in town and got to move the water on a big wheel, ...
... some time in the museum and watching a film, learning about the history of the stones and life of those that lived in their time, over 5,000 years ago. Afterwards, some time to look at the stones themselves. Unlike Stonehenge, you can touch and stand among these, which was a good experience.
On to dinner, and the chance to meet more family; Cor (Jan Vonks brother), his wife Carla, his daughter Lisanne and her ...
The first post... The first of many ones, I hope. And the first of a long journey.
Yesterday, I have taken my dark blue, surprisingly comfortable sitting (even with a weight of 12 kg) and expensive travelling companion home. It's a Gregory Deva 60 L.
I was happy and I hope that he will be a good companion :)
... the world including several visits to Australia, we all admired his ability to communicate without hearing or many words.
I remember when he came to Australia at the time of the 2000 Summer Olympics and happily booked his trip to Sydney on the internet, staying in a hostel.
Over lunch there is much talking and laughter but it is soon late afternoon and time for yet another goodbye.
Thank you George and Dineke, thank you Mia for coming so far to visit with us.
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