Best Western City Hotel Leiden
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... experience with only one question – how on earth are these animals not already extinct!? They make cats look like the most industrious animals on earth!
Back in Chengdu we particularly enjoyed visiting People’s Park, where all sorts of activity was going on, from dancing lessons to Mah Jong games and a lot of tea drinking. The most surprising sight was an area of the park covered in hand written posters, some with pictures of ...
... and egg for breakfast cooked by John – yummy!
We left Leiden at 11.15 for a short hop to Kagerplassen which are some lakes. It is totally different scenery as very flat open space with a few marinas dotted around the lakes. It was only spotting with rain at first and then started a bit heavier, so we decided to drop our anchor for the first time in Eijmerspoel and put up our new anchor ball rather quickly before going below out of ...
... in the rain.
With the complications of the morning (see above) we were running late all day, and keeping the group together on the 20+ km ride to Leiden from the Bos was a challenge for poor Caroline. She was held back by one slow rider, and we were leaving sentinels at each corner to mark the way while the lead group sped on toward the Liza Marleen in Leiden. Did we mention it was raining?
... hepatytus A&B, malariapillen en zelfs het trekken van verstandskiezen werd geregeld.
Er zijn nog wel een hoop praktische dingen te regelen waar ik jullie niet mee zal vermoeien, maar als iemand een tip heeft voor een hoofdlampje dan hou ik me aanbevolen :).
Ten slotte zijn het ook de weken van afscheidnemen. Afscheid van je vrienden, familie, werk, Groenlinks, Horus, buren, Huis, Koselig.
maar de wind die ons weg zal blazen begint langzaam aan te ...
... Northland, and said they wanted a waka made to be shipped back to Leiden, so they could display it and get it out now and again for use on the canals.
They were told that the ceremonial waka they wanted could only be paddled by Maori, not Dutch people, and certainly not women. In addition, the Dutch government could pay for one to be built, but only Maori people could own a waka.
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