Stadshotel de Graafschap
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... for a walk never to return again. Search parties have been looking all night and in the morning they found her water bottle down by the Nile. The river is crowded with hippo's and crocodiles, the chances of the 21 year old Dutch girl coming back are slight. I wish all the luck to her family and friends.
Uganda is considered a stable country these days so I didn't worry to much about going. The story of this ...
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Life expectancy: 56 (WHO, 2011)
... like walking down the street easier for them. After the experience in the dark I learnt how to read Braille and how to use a Braille typing machine. After the eye opening experience of the Blind Museum I decided that I wasn't going to see any further sights in Nijmegen and that the experience at the Museum was more than enough and as such I consciously decided not to take any photos of my time in Nijmegen as a reminder of my ...
... the reformed Church and we discovered it was attended by my great, great grandfather! We went to the tourism office across the street, and bought postcards and received more information on Uelsen. The tourism office did not have a lot of postcards, so she told us to go to the gift shop across the street, Mine. We went to Mine, and my dad asked the owner if she knew any Masselinks. She said her cousin was a Masselink. Dad showed her the research he had on ...
... my apartment before handing over the keys to the new tenant. A last birthday celebration in Leiden with the girls and their boys. And finally, a lovely last supper with my parents.
It has been quite the busy week. I arrived early on Saturday morning and just kept going. I saw my parents off to Rome, watched the F1 and went out that very night. The jetlag never stood a chance. In a ...