Mercure Nijmegen Centre
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... which I went to the South-African Embassy quiet sometimes to obtain my Visa and in which I'm still busy to complete my Minor English culture and language, it is almost time to go, FINALLY.
1th of February I’m leaving to do an 5 months internship in Cape town (Jeej)
After five months I will stay in South-Africa for another month which is still completely open for adventure just how I like it. I’m thinking to go backpacking to Transkei or a ...
... very regulated apparently it is illegal to put your washing out on the street side of the house!!!!! We have been for walks in the Sonsberg? park which is only a block or two away, its huge has lots of tracks through it ponds creeks etc, being spring here there are ducklings and goslings all over the place, fallow deer in the deer ...
The first thing we noticed about the place was that, everything was so picture perfect. It was like what we read in novels and see in movies. Every frame was so beautiful. The place was like we were in love with it at first sight itself. You have woods, forests, cottages, basically no words to explain it. We checked in Vander walk Hotel and relaxed for the day. Mom was just so happy to see this and to see her like this, I was ...
... been away. Mixed feelings about leaving again: Great to go to Thailand again and see what the gathering is about, at the same time a bit sad to leave so soon again. Feels like seeing more of my family and friends, which is difficult now with the days being packed with work. One thing I will not miss: the chocolate. Have eaten enough the last months ;-) Chocolate hug, ...
... we'd just crashed an early 90's Dutch high school deb ball. Beer was again the savior, and we boogied briefly before giving Tivoli the **** and heading on back to the hostel. The night has elapsed with speedinees, and despite a brief altercation with a shrubbery on the way back home, we headed back to hostel town, chilled out briefly on the balcony, and again, bleary eyed, hit the hay for another fine ...