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... remember the earlier years of my childhood I do have lots of pictures that show that you were my care taker. Thank you for always taking care of me then and ever since then.
Although our final holidays in Aruba and Miami were quite emotional you amazed us all with your willpower to see this trip through. This is what you wanted to do, and so you did. You have always been a fighter.
Sis, you know that I did not have many regrets in my life; ...
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 ...
... be! Today has been sunny and possibly a bit warmer - or is it just that I'm adapting to the weather? Tonight we are out with Ian Cooper for dinner. Ian is a Kiwi who used to be in Wellington with the bank and since 2010 has been based in Sydney, Africa and now Utrecht. Unfortunately his wife, Marie (who I have met several times and like) flew out to NZ to visit grandchildren the weekend we ...
... the beer tasted great earlier, refreshing from a muggy hour-long ride through town. The breeze feels good against the condensation on your skin, not too cool or warm in the evening. I want to ride my bike everywhere for the rest of the trip now, especially because it is mostly flat here so you don't huff and puff to get anywhere.
Tomorrow we explore Utrecht, tonight we will eat dinner and go to bed. G'night! ...
... 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 ...