Hotel 't Paviljoen
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... their bikes gets stolen (which happens a lot), it probably ended up in Germany. This is a reference to the Second World War when the Nazis rounded up all the bikes they could find in The Netherlands and took them back to Germany to be used for the war effort there. Now we had brought 2 bikes back from Germany to help right some past wrongs!
We got mildly lost in Arnhem after missing a turn and had to find our way back to the path through a ...
... sarcastically juxtapose the Thai capital city and its nightlife with the game of chess), and then 37 more making our way from Bali back to Bangkok. I can probably tell you exactly where we'll be on which day but Martijn has made me promise not to overplan it. So I'll just have to give you some estimates. First off we arrive in Bangkok for one night (for a quick game of chess with a hooker) and then we fly out to Bali bright and early the next day where we'll ...
... we went there this afternoon. It had a lot of old train cars and surprisingly, much info about the "tour de France". As we walked there and back, we saw crowds of people sitting out in the sun in parks and restaurants along the streets. This must be one of the first really warm days here. So, of course, our next stop was for gelato.
The breakfast we received was so big that we ate ...
... facilitating change is less about enforcing mandates and more about
fostering new ways of being and living. Yes, they say, if a child
reaches for a hot oven, we must act quickly and decisively, but
discipline-as-teaching requires that we take that action and teach with
it. In the case of the hot oven or a child darting into the street, we
intercede swiftly, but we also demonstrate why it’s so dangerous and,
... go and spend 2 weeks with her (and family) in May 2013. I recall the first conversation we ever had in the kitchen in Huizen, Moira saying something like:” You’re exactly the person I had figured out you were”. Well, same here! It turned out to be “The Trip of a Lifetime” because of who she was:
Moira was the BEST FRIEND one could have and I will miss her terribly because in my lifetime I haven’t run into many people of ...