Mercure Nijmegen Centre
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... and crimes against humanity by the international criminal court in The Hague since 2005 but has evaded capture.
Conclusion of this weeks entry is that no matter how stable the country is, always keep your eyes open. Don't go wandering through national parks alone, definitely not after nightfall. Some tips I picked up in the last couple of weeks is to try finish traveling before dark, to not go to the north of ...
... wife) and Tosha dropped by for coffee and told us that Cees really does still not know that we are here and going to be at his party tonight and is actually a little disappointed but he thinks that we had some major leakage going on at Fintry which prevented Rob from coming out! Tosha was apparently also very convincing about that! Haha!
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until next time!
... t had them almost all semester! Anyways, that was a bit of a tangent. The rest of my weekend in Den Hague was wonderful. I basically relaxed and took walks along the sea. I got to go to church, which was great! There was an English speaking church nearby and they took me with them on Sunday. I also babysat the two boys and played with them. It was nice because it felt more like home than Arnhem did. I got to use the LAN line to call home. That was ...
I was in full rock n roll mode today. Rock 'n roll 'n nothing else. With enough time on my hands over the past week, and forseeable weeks until my return to Oz, it had been a closet objective of mine to get some songs written, a bit of material down on paper, and some rock once and for all created, in order to cap off the trip in style and head home valiantly with a armful of new tunes. And i gotta say, it was quite a successful day for it. ...
... in Holland predominantly to shop, as Dutch women are known for their height and a subsequent requirement for larger sized clothing. Also got talking to a Canadian gent by the name of Dave, a classic dude who sort of possesed the head of one of those marble Roman gladiatorial busts that you come across frequently in Rome - his raised cheek bones, strong brow and stocky, trim cut head forced me at this conclusion, envisioning Dave on a few accounts with a ...