Park Plaza Eindhoven
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... in the prologue of this story: those who promised me my letter did not need even more editing, who reassured me pre-interview, who listened to me going on and on about which flight would be the better option, who held my hand during vaccinations, and who packed and re-packed with me until finally everything fitted. It's for you guys that I'll be writing this blog - so in the next 5 months you can read about my whereabouts, adventures and drama. Thanks again, I've got it from here :)
... games, eat, and I'd tuck them in
I wonder what this world would be now
If only we could see and hear them
And we could live together in harmony...
But, we will never know, the whole that we have lost
The Holocaust has taken them from me
I wrote this on the bus this morning as we traveled to Kamp Vught. I told Maud that I was thinking ...
... This kept fights down because all were hungry.
People could receive parcels of food from families outside of camp. Most people who died here, approx 750, died of beatings, being shot or coming down with an illness.
If the straw mattress was not made up well, they received 25 licks with a stick. A family member had to administer the licks. If the licks were not hard enough, the family member was next to receive the same amount of, or more, licks.
Children 3 and ...
... to yesterday! The apartment is quite modern, yet very white with strange abstract art thrown here and there. The deck is quite lovely and has a view of the surrounding town with a bell-ringing church nearby. The grocery store experience was pretty ok, nothing too weird, but I wasn't looking close enough and Evan was hungry. We ended up buying some pork, garlic, TP, milk and butter (25€). Today, I found my way back to the city center (and I didn't ...
... stopping at the campground store to top the fridge up with the local Pilsner on the way.
Except an odour stopped us as we rounded the grass verge – cow **** – that recognisable stench that becomes extra pungent on an unseasonably hot day.
The colour of the water didn’t add much to the allusion either, but the other campers splashing and swimming, not apparently convulsing from the toxic water levels, seemed to be enjoying ...