Hotel De Wageningsche Berg
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... also includes a short internship and the FGASA level 1 course. This blog will keep you posted of my adventures and feel free to reply to keep me posted :) Hope you will enjoy reading it and see you in 9 months :) xx
P.S. As some of you told me that you would be in the neighbourhood during holiday/after-study trips, let me know :)! Always nice to have people visiting ...
... as lovely as it was, was not very forgiving. Thought you should know.
Anyhoo, I made myself some coffee and toast in a flat toaster (the bread goes side by side in a single slot). I sat outside for a bit and smiled at some of the cyclists. I went in after my breakfast and vitamins, then poked around trying to find a converter for the plugs. The outlets are 220 so many American items won't work since they are wired for 110. Luckily, we have a ...
... Saint Damien's grave here at historic St. Philomena Roman Catholic Church. In October of 2009, Father Damien was canonized as a saint during a ceremony in Rome.
Upon arriving in Kalaupapa, a Damien Tours guide will make this one of Hawaii's most remarkable experiences, in a community hidden from the world for so many years. They will tell you about the leper colony, its people, incredible tales of ...
... smoking cigars.
Joachim remembered that my parents were away for the weekend and when they returned we had some family dinner to go to and he borrowed a suit. He must have stayed for a few more days because I drove him up to Goombungee on the Darling Downs so he could see rural Queensland.
Anyway, Joachim and I kept in touch and when I went to Europe in 1989 I met up with him and his wife Mary-Ane. They had just married a few ...
Came to pick up the bikes, which quite amazingly were given without any deposit or documents from our part.
While heading out of the city we were able to grasp the idea of how, in the past, the people of Utrecht lived. The wealthy noblemen were in fact living along the Nieuwegracht, with their imposing buildings but still made alm houses nearby. The old walls opened to a beautiful majestic park.