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... a lie of that we came across an accident going the other way. The helicopter had landed on the Autobahn and the traffic was backed up for kilometres. The very obedient Germans had parked creating a clear lane up the centre through which the emergency services came roaring up through the traffic at a tremendous speed. Every thing is extremely organised here. Every citizen clearly knows what to do. After four hours of very flat, but fertile, country we arrived ...
... windy and most unpleasant. Arrived 90 minutes later to this man made village on the lake. It had, had the original houses moved in and these were beautifully arranged all around the lake. They even had old fashioned games for kids to play. Later in the afternoon the rain lifted, which made it more comfortable. Geoff was disappointed that the cooperage and mill were manned by non English speaking people, but watched a demo of rope making. At 4.30pm we walked back through ...
... got the way they are. I imagined how awful this guy's dad must have been. Jordan and I watched them and chatted with them for about an hour, and the dynamic never ceased to be fascinating. We talked in particular to a soft spoken old man, who said we could be his grand kids, and who told us about seeing The Who live, being a hippie in the 60s, and the life that he's had. His advice: "Life is for living." When we got back the hostel, I took a soap me down and we went to ...
... across the world. I'm interested to see if the stories and experiences from my book can at all be seen or are applicable to the communities that I will be visiting in Kenya. But before the Kenya trip can begin we've got another 4 hours of layover here in Amsterdam and then another 8 hour flight. See you soon ...
... lives lost to the Holocaust.
Afterwards the students had a bit of free time to get lunch take some pictures and do some shopping in Amsterdam itself. The weather did not cooperate with us today as it was rainy and sunny; but mostly rainy. We are hoping for some better weather tomorrow as we head off to Vimy Ridge and Beaumont Hammel.