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... when traveling alone). But instead I say "Are you sure? Absolutely sure? Do you know this company?" And I point to the logo in the corner of my ticket. She very reluctantly looks at the ticket again and says "Oh, this is a train, not a bus. You should have said train. Go to floor -2." So I made it out of Brussels. I had to transfer several times before I got to Rotterdam, and each time I'm thinking, please be the right train, please at least ...
... to Harwich in the UK. We messaged Celine and Martijn, hoping we might be able to see them before we go, but the journey to Hoofddorp was too far. Logistically speaking, it wasn't going to work. But Celine and Martijn made the journey to us, which we really appreciated as we know on a dark cold evening, after they had finished work, and packing up a little baby is not an easy task, and then of course they had work the next day (early start for ...
... it wasn't meant to be. Once on the flight I couldn't wait to open my last gifts, cards and messages from all of you dear friends and family at home (thank you!). A wave of realizing the true meaning of my endeavour washed over me and I couldn't help but feel a bit sad for a moment. It will be quite a while before I'll see you guys again. But excitement started bubbling to the surface and there I was, on a flight to Cairo, with the whole world ahead of ...
... on fb chat...tehe ;)
Then when I was finally packed, Marlina headed home, Marika helped me downstairs with my bag and she cycled back to hers whilst I got the bus and met her there. Once I'd dropped my stuff at Marika's, I then had the task of getting to Marlina's - where I was staying the night. First first came, no problem, and after an argument (in Dutch :) ) with the driver about the price of night buses. (4 euros 50!!) I paid and got on. The problem ...
... that had been brought to the distribution area, stayed there for twenty minutes rather than immediately being distributed. It was quite something to see so many flowers in one place and knowing that that was just a small portion of them. We saw lots of gerberas, hydrangeas, calla lilies, roses and chrysanthemums, as well as many other types, just too numerous to name.
We also passed by a suspended rail system which is used to transport trolleys to the south ...