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... since the apartment is at only a few minutes walk from two train stations on a very practical line towards different areas of the city. And towards those stations many shops can be found, offering all kinds of goods and food.
As I said, the apartment would have to be a compromise. Having seen the other options, the more I think about it the more I get convinced that this was right choice. So, new home in the pocket, one step closer to the start.
I am about to leave for my next adventure to Africa. The plan is RSA, Zim, Zam, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia.
My focus will be on photography and nature conservation but first renewing my RSA pilots license.
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We docked in the Netherlands this morning. And bright and early we board the two big luxury tour busses that has been following us from the start of the tour. We ride for about an hour and a half to the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, and we get to go to the Kroller Muller Museum, which is a museum in the middle of the woods. It has an array of Van Gogh paintings, and an sculpture garden with modern sculptures. Back in Nijmegen, we get ...
... the new buildings. It is the site of an important battle during World War II. Although the city was heavily damaged during the war it is almost completely rebuilt. The ship sailed toward the Rhine and Bonn, Germany at 1 PM. As we sailed in the afternoon, the landscape changed from city to rural. Cows were grazing everywhere. The Netherlands is known for its excellent cheese and dairy ...
... of the camera, and have managed to pull off some great cycling shots (in my humble opinion!). So much easier than using a 12 second self timer! In every town we've ridden through in the Netherlands, we've seen orange flags for the Dutch football team. So no surprise then, when we walk into a restaurant and find the World Cup showing on a big screen, with everyone wearing orange for Netherlands. But we were surprised when we looked up ...