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... pass for that now(?) Doesn't work out to be cheaper for us this time round so we didn't get it. Oh yeah funny story. Dad was on the team & Rick's bottle in the bag was leaking. It leaked all over his naval area & there was a Dutch woman staring. He kept trying to say "water water" but she didn't understand. It was quite funny when he reiterated it to us HAHAHA that maligned look heading to Zaanse Schans ...
Weather is changing, actually getting cold so we are fine with flying out tomorrow. It has been sunshine and light jacket weather prior to today. I am glad I packed my warm coat, wool shirt and gloves. Of course Don has only a light jacket, and light sweatshirt, but he is not cold, would never complain even though his hands are ice cold. The last two days have been totally excellent. We rented bicycles and rode through Vondelpark, ...
... to point B (Tanzania), so insert a quick stop in Amsterdam for good measure!
The flights themselves were quite good, the food was considerably better than I expected, and I had nothing but time on my hands (and perhaps some wine as well...turbulence can be a real bugger). The roughly 20 hour journey afforded me the opportunity to read leisurely again! The book - Cheryl Strayed's 'Wild' (courtesy of ...
... to Bielefeld in Germany where we will be reunited with Alina and
Julia Rosenthal and finally meet their family.
Alina lived with us for a number of months while she was a Rotary
Exchange Student in 2012/2013 and Julia stayed with us recently whilst on holidays. Train travel in Europe is very efficient,
reliable and relatively cheap. For the
four of us to travel from the Netherlands to Germany cost about $60 and this
included paying extra ...
... be the last to step aboard so I started hustling, cursing myself for the self-imposed OJ delay. As I got nearer I could see the bus driver signaling that I should slow down. The cynic in me thought, "Great. I'm 5 feet away and he's going to just drive off telling me I am too late. Argh." Then I caught his smile. He let me board and said, "Do you know how long I would have waited for an angel like you to ride on my bus?" ...