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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... started to do fun things.
But then when I turned thirty it hit me for the first time, the funny thing is though it hit me being at home.
Longing for a place I spend the last 6 months. A place that felt more like home then the country I lived in my entire life. But more importantly longing for the person I have been for the last 6 months. After returning home I realized that even though I would go back to the other ...
... of the 'hills', a troop of US soldiers came along side. One African American soldier was whooping and drumming up cheering from everyone he passed. His energy was infectious, but a little overwhelming. Falling in step with one of his company a few men further back, I asked if he was always that enthusiastic. The young man replied that he'd been yelling and hollering at everyone for three days straight! I was exhausted just looking at him! Eventually, I got ...
... 2AM at home, 8AM local time, and the sun was rising in beautiful pinks and blues over an endless floor of clouds. When we started the descent, the clouds rose up around us in swirled mountains. Then we were under the clouds, looking down on the Netherlands, an extremely flat land with streaks of water among countless fields. I've never seen anything so flat! Baggage claim and customs was a breeze (especially since Schipol Airport is all in English), and we ...
... months it is time to work again....auuuuw. Spend nice Xmas time, removed the pins out of my arm, sawsome people and then I entered work life again...from 0 to 50 (hours a week). Also got involved with a great music pop podium in the nearby city Tilburg, where I am working as well. no time to socialize much but anyhow enjoying myself, living with my best friend and her husband. After a strange 'I am back in Holland and Western lifestyle' week, I can now say I am happy to be ...
Ever since we arrived home in Nuenen early yesterday afternoon, I have been marvelling at how quiet it is here. There are no car horns beeping, no people shouting, no sirens wailing, no fireworks exploding, no celebratory gunfire cracking, etc, etc. In fact, there is nothing but the occasional timid sounds of birdcall and for some time this silence has been deafening. It is difficult to ignore. It is difficult to stop questioning whether my ears are perhaps blocked. It ...