Tulip Inn Sevenum
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... at junctions! I also do the very ignorant British thing of assuming Paul can understand the signs of every country we are in. I printed out some directions for the hotel we stayed in Breda (in dutch) and expected him to make sense of them. To be fair to him, we made it alright. However, when i keep asking him what all the signs mean, he often has to remind me that he too has never studied ...
We went to Efteling with Uncle Ge, Miriam, John and Yari. We did lots of rides and so I will tell you my top 4. No.1 The Baron 1898, this is a good ride because you go up and then you are just about to go down a vertical slope then you stop just at the top and you are a bit over the edge and looking straight down into the hole at the bottom. No.2 Python this is one of those crazy rides were you go round in loops and corkscrews ...
In the morning we went to the town Lieshout where we had our photo taken in front of the sign 'Lieshout' and then visited the towns windmill.
The windmill was working and we got to look inside. The sails were going around really fast.
The man got us to stop the sails from turning so he could take us up inside the windmill to see how grain was delivered and then milled into flour. Right at the top of the windmill was the stones that were turned by the sails and that ground ...
Well, the time to say goodbye is certainly in full swing. Colleagues, friends, family... Sometimes combined with other activities (concert, dinner), sometimes a dedicated moment. It's really great to see everyone who means a lot to you in such a short period of time. And since most of these 'events' are in small groups, I really have the opportunity to talk to everyone instead of just shaking a hand and saying goodbye.
Last week I had my so called 'Home finding trip'. It typically consists of one day of acquainting yourself with the work place and two days of driving around with a real estate broker to find a suitable place to live. The first part was very nicely prepared and arranged by the department I'll be working for. The second part did not only require some more input from me, but it also could have much bigger consequences: a wrong decision here could be ...