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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.
... Ja' to the wedding vows. Leith had been asked as a witness which meant we were sitting at the front, so had a good view of proceedings.
Afterwards there was wedding cake and nibbles with champagne.
Later that afternoon about 50 of us were invited to the wedding dinner. This was 5 course meal one course being family Gouda cheese which was very nice.
Some lovely speeches by the bride and groom
... people dear to me that I have lost. You will meet them in heaven, so please hang out with them and lastly remember you will always have a special place in my heart.
Valerie Sargent wrote:
Moira decided to come into this world, just hours after our wedding day in Lima. What a
lovely wedding present, our first niece.
Fred and I had the honor of standing-in at her baptism in place of her God Parents, we were so proud, ...
... and all the quirky art in the 'Witte de Withstraat' arts district. Rotterdam was almost entirely destroyed during WW2 and most of the buildings constructed since the war are modern and striking. It is a great city to visit and to enjoy the huge amount of public sculpture and street art in the museumkwartier.
After spending a morning wandering around Delft, which is only 10 minutes on the train from The Hague, we met Christine (David Peel's ...
... we caught the bus home and then talked with Rianne’s housemates Lotte and Jantien. We found it very amusing at that hour that Dutch people use the word ‘hoor’ (pronounced like something rude) for ‘eh/aye’, and heard many funny stories about how that’s got people into trouble overseas. We even let the girls try Vegemite, but I don’t think we have any converts.
It was a wonderful day ‘hanging with the locals’, as Tijs would ...