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... nice. I went back to my seat and Alf said where's mine, so back I go to get more. We arrived at Schipol Airport to be greeted by Bert, Ada, Sharon and Raymond. We headed back to their house for coffee and rolls and of course lots of talk. Travelling from the airport it was amazing all the green fields and hardly any houses till we reached ...
... learn that I was a few hours late. I know that we both shared unspoken words to one another the day you departed back home to Holland, we shared those unspoken words in our final embrace.
If there is one thing I am relieved about it's that you are not suffering anymore sis. It pained me to see you fighting what we all eventually learned was an unwinnable fight; and I felt utterly useless not able to do anything to help you defeat this *******ned disease.
Had a driving tour of the Netherlands today. We drove to Laren for profitjes. They have a summer tent set up with a giant pancake iron. They flip them so fast! The profitjes were served with butter and icing sugar. Drove to Breukelen for a walk. There was a food ...
... where the comedian joked about weighing vegetables yourself at the shop. We also learnt the Dutch word for ‘bag’ which is ‘zachye’. It is very fun to say forcefully, so we did this for the whole trip in Holland.
Rianne gave up her bed for us, which was extremely nice, so we had a magnificent sleep in a fluffy bed (which I think might be the closest I will come to ‘sleeping in a marshmallow’, which is something I keep saying to Joanna I want to ...
... their bikes all over. The next day we made the half hour train ride to Amsterdam. Our first impression of the layout of Amsterdam reminded us a lot of Venice, only with a lot more bikes! It made sense too considering most of the country is actually below sea level. But the old town area of Amsterdam is lined with canals and hundreds of bridges scattered throughout the area. Armed with our map we snaked our way through the streets, making our first stop at ...