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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We pick up the travel blog having said farewell to Patty and Bob in Amsterdam and following a nice walk in Rembrandt Park by the hotel on Monday morning, we were picked up by our dear Dutch friend of 42 years - Puck and Ben Roncken who served in Moose Jaw in the early 70's where Ben was an exchange instructor pilot. They took us to their home in Roermond where we spent a very enjoyable and relaxing day and a half.
The pictures will attest to the beauty of this quaint ...
... missing is an eyeopener. The country can be just as stable as any, nature wont take note of it. It still is a country with wild animals and inhospitable scenery.
The stability of Uganda is a new thing. The country was run by dictators from 1971 until 1985. together the regimes of Idi Amin and Milton Obote cost half a million people their lives. A lot of children where orphaned and a lot of parents lost their ...
... the lady there gave me instructions for getting to the shop. She even drew a map. It was a long way. I needed the exercise for my leg so I set off. The weather got worse but I was wearing my Tour de France poncho that Sophie gave me. The shop was on the other side of town and by the time I got there time was short. Bread was easy but eggs-- not so. I asked the young chap doing the stock take but he could not understand the ...
... this fellow on the winterising for Atlantis and we've finally settled on an economic and effective system at his workshop at Kerkdriel. That enabled us to finalise plans for Judy and Peter's arrival at the end of July. We then went to the station to find out about trains to Schiphol for our departure-- seems funny doing that before ...
... trip, they were put to death at the Death Camp.
As we toured the camp, we are swarmed by flies. Seems appropriate for a camp of death. That flies would be swarming.
There were 42,000 working camps in Germany
A woman prisoner was put in Cell 115. She was punished by cutting her hair. There were 89 other women who had to join her because they agreed with her. The Germans locked all of the women in the small cell with only 2-small windows. It got hot, the women ...