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... your amazing friends. And thank you Clíona, for sharing this experience with me. Couldn't have dealt with it on my own. I hope you've all enjoyed reading our blog. I know me and Clíona had a lot of fun writing it and are very happy we kept it will help us remember everything we did! I'm a little bit off with the time difference, so a relaxing day today and tomorrow and then back to my "normal" life here on tuesday. Lots of love, ...
... Jonne's friends and watched a football match before crashing early.
The next day Paul and I had a down day as Anita and Jonne went to work. In the evening we went out into Tilburg for a three course dinner to celebrate our reunion. On Friday afternoon Jonne, Paul and I caught the train towards Sittard where Anita would meet us. Sittard is a city in the Dutch province of Limburg, which is the southernmost province of the Netherlands. It is here ...
Went for a walk with Oom Piet around the park in Zwijndrecht where their new house is and everything is so green. Then we went to Dordrecht to the really old part of the town and the markets. Dordrecht is where the country of Holland started from after the 80 yr war with Spain. Had herring in a bun for lunch - really yummy. Oom Piet ate his without bread as were most of the ...
... the end our visit we stopped in at a pub where Chris-Anne insisted that we try some Dutch pub grub. In the picture they all look the same, but inside they were all filled with different things and dipped in a little bit of mustard they were delicious. I will have to get her to e-mail me the names of all of the fried balls. We accompanied the pub grub with some good cold beer. We were at the local hangout, which according to Chris-Anne is ...
... start), ride it down the street, around a corner, remove one hand to pull up jeans to ensure the bike traffic (and that is a real life fully existent term here) behind does not have a decent view of my bum. What I have not yet mastered though is putting my hand back on the bike without accidentally ringing the bell.. this happens to me at least 3 times a bike ride.. A passing cyclist rang his bell to which tif turned around and told him to ‘****k offf!’ (In ...