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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... each learnt a bit more about our families on the other side of the world. After a few technical difficulties, I was able to contact Mum and Dad on FaceTime (Mum gets bonus points for getting the video working at her end), so we all had a brief chat across the world. Apparently even having been out of the country for 50-something years, Dad still retains his Brabant Dutch accent - nice one! I was thrilled to get a ...
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Netherlands TE attainment targets (translated from Dutch)
Part D: man and nature
The following eight core objectives cover a large content site focused on science, technology and
health care related issues. These core objectives in global terms what it is
concerned: an inquiring attitude towards nature, recognizing relationships and interactions,
linking theories and models with practical work and ...
... block wall using only hand and foot holds in a taped off area and sees Amanda once again volunteer me...as she has no chance of spanning the gap the organisers have given everyone to stretch to, with her non Dutch legs. I do the splits for the first time in my life but manage to complete the task. Struggling with the unfamiliar urban navigation we then practically follow people to Mtn bike CPs three and four. Actually, we can’t keep up with them and by ...
Today is the Fourth of July. I've been thinking about how our day would've played out if we were home. We'd probably spend the day cruising on Erik's boat, BBQ at a friend's place, swim at our pool, watch the Shelton/Derby firework's face off (Shelton's are always better) and possibly end the night with a bon fire. However, it sounds like Hurricane Arthur is ruining the nice weather for my friends and family back home, so I guess I'm not missing out on ...
... were straightened and a securing tower built alongside. The church itself is like no other we have been in. It was a protestant church; the walls were white and large clear glass windows. The inside was a normal church shape, i.e. oblong and you enter on the small end. The seating was on 3 sides facing the pulpit which was in the middle of the long side. It had a magnificent organ but no alter, no statues of saints, but it did have some ...