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Oh yeah plus beer, moule, fritte, pork knuckle, waffles, .......... One more sleep then we are off on our next adventure to the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. After the issues with MH17 this week our arrival and stay in Netherlands will be, I think, full of moments of sadness and anger but hopefully still a great time. All our accommodation is now booked and we can't wait to go. They really ...
... they bring it to their new country when they leave this ****,but they have the fear in their heads their whole life. I can't imagine dealing with that **** every day of your life and then all of a sudden moving to a better place??? wow...Don't know how I would deal with men in the new situation, I would probably be distrusting and skeptical of everyone, which is how I am right now.
Anyway, back to the adventures. My first stop was going to be the ...
... out the puppet and start again from the beginning. As you can see I was being bombarded with information from Aldy and I didn’t know what to do with myself. He told me everything as we were walking around the museum and also while we were in his fathers workshop. There was mention of specific stories, other cultures style of puppets and much more that I could keep writing about for hours but I will leave it there. Needless to say, I highly recommend going to this Museum if you ...
... to great hilarity and my disappointment, this turned out to be misinformation! It is named as such because there is a Pasteur Institute in the locale.)
This is truly a diverse and beautiful country. The mountains, the fields, the people ... the food! We stopped at a breathtaking spot for lunch, Warung Lela or 'Wale' as it is often called (the Indonesians love portmanteaus). After the sumptuous lunch we decided we would head straight ...
... for dutch influence that was more neutral in its phrasing, despite the strong feelings the colonization evoke even today.
The museum even had a weekend crafts fair, but I am not one for that kind of thing, so I moved on. It did have a big statue memorializing the tsunami victims- haunting in its size, and of the gigantic whirlpool swallowing people up.
I made my way back to the hotel through the central park and monument, bought ...