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Walking through the streets of Leeuwarden should have been amazing; instead, it was a struggle and I felt like a teeny-tiny ant crawling in a giant anthill. I was more likely focused on how fast I could escape from this crowd rather than enjoying the medieval building surrounding me.
Two days ago I arrived in Leeuwarden. Before I decided to visit this city, I researched the city with my mobile phone and found ...
... s delight.
Apparently Spooky's VW T4, more commonly known as Jezebel,
is going to be 'operated on' first thing this morning for a new valve so
hopefully they will be able to catch up later this evening.
The sun shone but we were stuck in an enormous traffic jam
for about an hour & a half. Finally got to the site about 3.30pm. Very
cheap! Phew! 12 euros & that included electricity. It didn't include loo rolls.
... I met with a friend that I had met on my first day in Berlin .. who just HAPPENED to have a guitalele (?!?!!). We visited Hackescher Markt and played in a park for a while. Ive always wanted to busk in a European city and he suggested we go to Warschauer station because thats where most buskers play. We finally found a tunnel off of the street where no one was sitting, and ended up jamming with some musicians from Berlin. Pretty cool, right?! (?!?!?!) ...
... part, and I joined them on their last day for a 10k walk. Very 'gezellig' and great to spend some time with Dutch kids. Regina is the daughter of John's cousin Erwin, and his wife Mirjam, who we stayed with.
It was fantastic to see the town flying its colours for Holland's team, Ons Oranje. (H)
... too see them jheatly and well. The are both nearly 70.What a blessing!
We then went to Cousin Erwin's home. What an amazing bond we have. We are extremely thankful for our time with them. We have such similar thinking and beliefs. Totally amazing. Thanks you guys and I am sorry that it was all over so ...