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... for the victory parade in the afternoon.
The weather did not always cooperate and at one point many of us were seeking dryer space in the massive tent EF set up on site, which they called "Canada House". While in the EF tent students were able to paint miniature wooden shoe key chains, take their pictures in mobile photo booths and mingle about with the 300 plus ...
... I will always remember you Moirita, rest in peace in the company of your tia Maureen and your
tio Fred, who loved you too.
Krysia Dunin-Borkowski wrote:
Moira was such a wonderful, lively and caring friend. I knew Moira since we were 6 years old. We lived nearby and carpool to school, and many Friday afternoons played together. I remember going to her house and the playroom on the second floor, where there was a ...
... that in the midwest United States we have blue moon, but it's a distinct flavor and not really known by anybody, other than that it's blue. She thought that was pretty funny.
After we got back to the hotel, we rode our bikes to the bar in Wageningen with some of the students. They had the whole night planned with party games and activities. Most of our students were hesitant and not big on the whole idea ...
... about it.
After the surprise birthday party, some of us went out for drinks at the town square, around a big church. I had some shots and tried new beers. We bar hopped around the square. We had some guys buy us tequila shots. We sat and talked with them, and drank. One was translating in English for us, and when his friends got a bit too drunk he told us to just go ahead and go back to our hotel. We took his advice, went back, and got a good nights sleep.
... 8364;33). Don found a beer he actually enjoyed (Jupiter)! After the meal we walked the streets for another hour, aware that this was our last opportunity to enjoy Utrecht (this visit anyway!). We saw a few unusual sights with bikes - women dressed up for a night out (high heels and short tight mini skirts) but still using a bike and the students with overnight bags or trolley suitcases being pulled alongside them as they biked (we guessed they were on their way ...