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For reasons unknown, we (Lisa says it's me) seem to be making progressively later departures.
Last night we discussed and decided to breakfast first pack later. I was to deal with business calls/emails before (rather than after) breakfast giving us an uninterrupted pack and depart routine post breakfast.
I awoke early, completed the business stuff such that we were at breakfast by 7:20am.
While the plans for a train line didn't make it to fruition, there is now a motorway across the top of the dyke providing an efficient link between the north and north-east coastline.
On our way across the Afslitdijk, stopped at The Watchtower, with the statue of Cornelius Lely (led the movement to reclaim the Zuiderzee) and the statue of a bricklayer, acknowledging all the labourers involved in the construction effort. Looked left, ...
... the show. That’s how I met Moira and Abito.
From then on we kept in touch. I’ll miss the dinners with her, Abito and the kids. Moira
really loved her family. She was a wonderful person.
Jolijn Babeliowsky wrote:
I met Moira through my good friend Adrie while we were on vacation in Miami. We immediately
clicked and as we lived not too far from each other we started seeing each other in ...
Beyond the old brick walls at the University lies a garden gem. Hortus Botanicus was created at the end of the sixteenth century and was recently renovated. Our knowledgeable and charming docent gave a PowerPoint presentation. She spoke about the painting "Vase With Flowers in a Window" by Ambrosius Bosschaert in 1618. Many different flowers that bloomed at different times of the year were painted on the canvas. Because the artist had ...
... a quiet affair. With Anne at the university, I spent the morning blogging and hanging out with Rosa and Yuriaan, eating breakfast really slowly and helping the guys clean up the mess. It felt like the place had had a storm go through it! There was stuff everywhere – beer bottles, pizza boxes, bits of food, furniture upside down and a hangover to match. After Anne got back from university, we spent the afternoon just hanging out, ...