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... and a great collection of barbies. A couple of years later there was a goodbye party
at the Cricket Club in Lima. They were moving to Aruba. We kept in contact through cards and letters. Moira never missed sending a birthday card. Many years later my family and I ended up living near her parents house in Florida which gave us the opportunity to see each other, and had many fun afternoons. Her parents, Pamela and Andre, even invited us to their house when Moira was ...
... Peter Buisman, Senior Vice President of HR for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). This meeting was full of information about the German Workers Council, the leadership programs in Germany. We discussed the challenges of the workers' councils in Europe, which is equivalent to unions in the States, but the workers' council has a lot more influence in what employers can and can not do in the countries.
Another great day for riding. We started off in Leiden, visiting the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden (the National Museum of Antiquities), which contains collections from Ancient Egypt and Greece, Roman times and Medieval Europe. The Egypt exhibit was pretty spectacular, especially the mummies, there was even a mummy of an alligator. After we had gone to the museum I got a chance to take some photos of some of Leiden's Landmarks. It is a really lovely city that has lots of canals and many of ...
Jeanne was kind enough to go back to Amsterdam and go to the Van Gogh Museum with me. Amy and Jen hung out in Utrecht for the day. I enjoyed the museum (I think Jeanne tolerated it) but was disappointed to learn his painting Starry Night was currently being displayed in NewYork. Just interesting to see his different works. After the museum we walked to the Bloemenmarkt, just as beautiful as ...
... from it, you can see across the Pacific Ocean in a 360-degree view that's beyond words and pictures. When it's socked in, you get a surreal look at the summits of Mauna Loa and Maui's Haleakala poking through the puffy white cumulus clouds beneath your feet.Inside a cinder cone just below the summit is Lake Waiau, the only glacial lake in the mid-Pacific and, at 13,020 feet above sea level, one of the highest lakes in the world. ...