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I am Amsterdam. Came to this beautiful city after two years but alas only for transit for few hours. Nonetheless I had a good tine. Instead of doing sightseeing, which I had already did in my last visit, I decided to keep it quiet this time. I was greeted with warn sunny European summer.
I went to meet my long ...
... lots of hills Switzerland)
There was 2 briefings each day one in German and one in english .we were the only english speaking people and in our briefings were family from Italy couple from Norway and a couple from France
Lovely dinner and evening
sunday 22nd June2014
Up for breakfast as we cruised to Breukelen .then on to bikes .we stayed on boat and cruised to Utrecht then we biked back towards Breukelen along the river ...
... All this time I was finding myself and I, didn't know I was lost." - Aloe Blacc 2013
It's the 3rd of April 2013 and I'm at Schiphol Airport to hug my mother for a last time before I step into the darkness. The next 14 months I travel throughout 14 countries and I gain crucial life experience by being open-minded and adapting to local habits and cultures.
I can truly say I have seen something of the world and the ...
... balcony. We have a metal balcony that reaches around belly button height, then a temporary net that is stuck around the rest of the ledge. I think this might be in case you think this place is so bad it will stop you from jumping the four floors.
I will be writing another blog this Sunday. Sorry to clog your inboxes at home on this long Easter weekend. Enjoy your break. We will enjoy ours ... When we head outside.
... of knock knacks there. It's about 6pm. Which means number 1 Dad is hungry n it's almost his bed time, we head back to ABBA, we find the universal food (according to dad) the KEBAB n buy some take away beer n we settle into the room looking out the 3rd floor window at the people. Dad is sitting up on the window sill watching the mayhem below, he is relax and comfortable, we are enjoying each others ...