Van der Valk Ridderkerk
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... country, they will starting from 10 am start slaughtering goats by cutting their throat. The past days I've seen goats throughout the city and today there were almost more goat then human being transported on the freeway. The goat is of course not just slaughtered, but then prepared and eaten during the following three days. But still; these days are uncertain times (for goats). On the more serious level. Waiting in Rabat I met a The Hague based human rights lawyer. That ...
... and other things on the WiFi at the restaurant. We did a shop ready for "little sister" Eileen arriving tomorrow before returning to ST.
Back on ST John fitted the new cabinet and Isi got the newsletter ready to publish then later we went back into the city in the evening with our iPads, went on to eBay and bought a pair of electric assisted bikes to help us get further ...
... the room set up as it was back when the families were in hiding there. Photos are not permitted in the museum area, so if you are wanting to see the inside of this special part of history, you can find images on the Anne Frank Museum website or on Google. The mood of the visitors is very sombre as you walk through the house and I could feel a sense of sadness there, all these years later.
As we exited the house into an an annex building there were tv screens ...
... of a fat roll. Even his scalp had a fat layer.
After seeing all these dried out slabs of meat I was starving, so set off on my bike in search of some fruit. I spent the rest of my afternoon packing my bag, sorting out photos and catching up on this blog.
I'm going to skip the next day or so, it's only going to be flights. So we will just say:
Depart Amsterdam Saturday 19 @ ...
... I sat waiting for the departure gate to open, the nerves began to creep in leaving me feeling light-headed and sick. Fortunately, a lady doing an airport survey came and interviewed me, and I found that I was instantly feeling better for having a distraction. Before I knew it it was time to board the plane, and as I walked down the boarding tunnel I noticed a sign outside saying "Fly KLM To The World" which I felt was very apt! Once on ...