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... card, it doesn't fit...I trim the SIM card it almost fits, I trim it a bit more and hope I haven't damaged it. It doesn't work. Is it in the right way? Have I broken it? I can't remember which way it's supposed to go! This is getting old now, I'm over it and want the damn thing to just work. It's gone in the 'later' basket. Better head downstairs to meet Heleen, because I can t ring her! Amazingly we bump into each other in the lobby. We spend a wonderful ...
... no more than 200m's away from his accommodation. So in between the rain we went over and had a look around. After we came back and chilled for a bit and watched some TV. The rain finally stopped around 530 where we were able to go for a long walk and explore the university grounds. We went to the shops as it was my turn to host dinner which would be ...
... so incredibly energized about my future in planning and about the impact I can have on the culture and future of the United States. I'm so inspired by the people I met and I feel so strongly that our voices are desperately needed in our world. I'm so inspired by the work of the people currently and past in the places we visited, their efforts are strong and concise and desperately needed to give hope to those of us who never thought that type of ...
... West, Cees Batenburg, SVP, Global Accounting, Treasury and Controlling, Diederik Banken, VP, Commercial and 3 Challenge (Internal Development program) participants: Rosemarie Beentjes, Evina Sharrott and Linda Kruiswijk. They all told about their jobs at BCD Travel, their challenges and why they are with BCD Travel - and what they all had in common and was both a reason to be with BCD Travel as well as a challenge was change. Apparantly what you can count ...
... with lots of walkers and bike riders making use of the adjacent pathways.
We're just getting started on the trip and it's already hitting our senses like a hammer. All the things there are to do here, and so little time to do them in. But we are planning on visiting a couple of the museums, taking at least one canal boat ride if not more, riding some of the local trains to sightsee the area, and either walk or bike the old part of the city.