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... a college for vocational education in Hengelo, the Netherlands, called ROC van Twente. The classes I teach are all studying computer technology, some classes at the Duch level three, others at level 4.
They are future computer management assistants, application developers, and network and systems managers. Most of the them are boys, in the ages between 17 and 27 (!). Naturally, they were glad to see the last of me today.
To be continued ... ...
My name is Cristian, and from the 12th of november until the beginning of february I'll be in between my bachelor and master, which means that I have almost 3 months of free time. What is a better way to spend my time than traveling?
A few weeks ago I got my motorcycle drivers license and a motorcycle (BMW F650), and the plan is to take this motorcycle to Africa. I'll be leaving on the 15th of ...
... will be a public holiday for the celebration of the reunification of East and West Germany (ie when the wall came down). As such there was great celebrations this evening, fireworks, parties and celebrations. Amazing what you discover when not looking.
Again I think we were one of only a couple of guests at the hotel ... breatfast was very, very, quite.
Now to head for the bright lights of Amsterdam.
... first destination, which is approximately 850km away. To aid them in a good start they made a nifty device called the Hitchhikinator-9000. A great and (almost) patented tool for informing car drivers of our destination. This will surely be of great help even though we will not need it to succeed of course.
Let us pray that they make it to Munich in one day.
tl;dr: Enschede -> Hanover -> Munich (+850 km)
Jacqueline and I left Amsterdam around 8:00pm to drive an hour East to Enter to visit with Gert, Jacqueline's new boyfriend. The town is maybe 30 km away from the Germany border... so it's very close to Germany and the houses were small but had a bit of a German feel to them... We met ...