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... here today to watch and participate in the parade.
By the time the rain had stopped, we had taken our positions to watch the Liberation Day Parade unfold. The students were in the front row, so in all likelihood, their pictures are better. The parade route was packed with Dutch citizens who eagerly welcomed the Canada items the students had to give them. I am pretty sure ...
... and a great collection of barbies. A couple of years later there was a goodbye party
at the Cricket Club in Lima. They were moving to Aruba. We kept in contact through cards and letters. Moira never missed sending a birthday card. Many years later my family and I ended up living near her parents house in Florida which gave us the opportunity to see each other, and had many fun afternoons. Her parents, Pamela and Andre, even invited us to their house when Moira was ...
... and I felt bad, because the university had given this club money to entertain us.
We still had a lot of fun. There were some naughty games, and one were we had to, as a group, race to drink milk out of a bucket with a calf nipple. A lot of our students left early, but a few of us hung out at the bar after, and taught them American drinking games, like Waterfall. Most of us went out to the bars in the town square after.
... train station). At a pedestrian/bike crossing we waited at we counted 5 people walking and 79 on bikes! That kind of sums up how people get around here.
It's been 18 degrees today and even at 8pm it was still 16 degrees.
Tomorrow we head south to Brugge. Things we will miss about Utrecht: the cobblestoned streets, The Dom, the tolerance of the Dutch to quickly switch to English, the spicy biscuits with coffee, the atmosphere of Oliviers cafe and the bikes ...
Hello..! In a couple of days I'm heading to the Philippines to start my trip of 9 months :)! I'll spent the first 4 months in the Philippines to track 4 Philippine crocodiles and investigate the success of the communication program of Mabuwaya. Then I'll travel 2 weeks through Indonesia together with my parents. In my last 4,5 months I'll be traveling through South ...