Die Port van Cleve
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... views." Shipping containers are cleverly recycled for cheap student accommodation, being stacked and refurbished, to provide students decent homes for a maximum of two years, encouraging a timely completion of their course.
Traversing a city such as Amsterdam, it is marvelous to see the successful intertwining of the old with the new. The olden day cantilevered bridges still used to allow vessels to ...
... about our plans for the time in Rwanda. The food was literally nothing to write home about. So there's that. I did find it funny that fries are so prevalent in the world, even here in Rwanda. We will be on our way to Giti tomorrow morning where I will give a sermon in French. I don't know how my body is going to treat me after all I have put it through this week. So here's to some good rest. My energy returned to me after I spoke to my wife and daughters tonight, but it is time for some shut-eye ...
... 9:00am local time. I went and got my bag and went and checked in for my flight home. After checking in I went and had a latte to try and get me through the next couple of hours. Boarded my flight at 12:30pm and we departed for Guangzhou at 1:30pm. On the plane I watched Monsters University, Rock n Rolla, Epic, and parts of The Fellowship of the ...
Well we have now been and done Amsterdam where met up with our traveling companions Cheryl and John.
Day 1 saw us take a bus to the little town of Zaanse Schans.
It has a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses.The Zaanse Schans is one of the popular tourist attractions of the region. The ...
... riding their bikes and texting at the same time. There are more bicycles that people in this city and more bike path than roads for cars here.
We explored the Red Light District in the evening as it was a short 15 minutes walk from where our ship,was docked. It was jam packed with tourist "window shopping". An interesting feature of this area is a church right smack in this middle of the commerce that goes on!