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... of the Centrum including the bubble e, and shopping for books.
We enjoyed a lemon chicken picatta dinner courtesy of SusanJ and Kathleen, we uses Tante Magda's string bean "guillotine" to cut up the beans.
Last but not least we reviewed the book "The Dinner"' by Herman Koch, discussion expertly led by Chris
... clock out 12 minutes late, losing half our points for being late...and finishing 33rd in a field of 44. It was a course built for speed...and height, not ideal for us shorter, older folk...but it was an awesome day out. We sit down to the best part of any days racing...a huge plate of food, or two, and a beer. Then, slowly but surely I begin to seize up...and the pain sets in. I hate this part...
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A big day out to The Efteling Theme Park today. It was FANTASTIC! Tomas' Aunties Paula and Marian came along, Uncle Joop, cousins Kitty and Kirsten and her children. We arrived at 11 and left at 7 and still did not see it all. The first thing the kids wanted to do was go on the rides. We found out Sarah was a bit of a dare-devil - she loved the Pirate ...
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Flying back to Incredible India…just a brief stop until I jump on board again…to Holland! One week I find myself again I the midst of it all. The biggest difference between Nepal and India: In India you find MORE of all…more people, traffic, cows on the streets, colors, spices, traditions, festivals and craziness (in the good & bad)! Although I am more connected with Nepal now, it is still great to be back in India again.
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 ...