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Long day of travelling today. Set off around 10. Travelled thru Belgium & the Netherlands before arriving in Germany. Only 3 stops required ('mum I need a wee, dad I need a poo, We're HUNGRY!!'). Went out for tea at the campsite across the roads' restaurant and got soaked in a thunder storm. Looking forward to a busy day at Playmobile land tomorrow. Fingers crossed for better weather ☀ ...
... fence at the observation point.
Silvana is a good friend of mine, whom I first met travelling around New Zealand a couple of years ago. We managed to keep in contact and its always great to catch up with her. She insisted on driving us into Frankfurt. We avoided any traffic chaos and as we were driving in, Steffie spotted a famous Underground (U-Bahn) entry made to look like a wrecked train. So I quickly jumped out to snap a few photos before jumping back ...
... up and smiled again and said with a soft voice.:I can see you have been to Vietnam many times, (she had been looking through my passport)we have some spare seats and you may as well use one of them, it makes no difference to us.
Great- it made a big difference to me.
Frankfurt is close to the Rhine river which runs from Switzerland all the way to Holland, so ...
... our seats were the first row behind the wall separating cattle class and business class, which I had pre-ordered. This time, because of our rescheduling, we weren’t able to pre-book our seats and ended up a few rows back. Oh what luck! Connie ended up beside a woman that just wasn’t a happy camper and moved around in her seat constantly, banging into her and taking up well in excess of her own seat. Meanwhile, I had mister 250lb old ...
... have the right words to thank you for your strength, character, testimonies, and most importantly, the life changing experience you gave to 200 of our LA teens. Kol Ha Kavod.
This was more than standing witness. This was more than just creating the one voice "am Yisrael chai".
It is time that we all together say never again, and mean it.
Tomorrow is Yom Ha'atmaut, Israel's independence day.