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Travel Blogs from Kasterlee
... porcelain, a fine old city hall, and two lovely churches. Both Vermeer and Anton Von Leeuwenhoek, inventor of the microscope, are buried in the Old Church, along with many others. The New Church (really quite old) has an elaborate tomb of William of Orange, first monarch of the current royal family. He, as well as 45 other royals, are buried in the crypt of this church, including Wilhemina, Juliana, and Beatrix's husband who died in 2002. The next morning we went by train ...
... s worth of inventory. We ended our second day's visit with a presentation of our findings, and final thank yous to the staff. The visit was phenomenal, and I don't think I could have learned much more. It was truly insightful, and educational. From a non supply-chain major, there was so much basic knowledge that I needed to brush up on beforehand to internalize the information, however I learned so much valuable information. The interactions with the ...
... s so cute, the most beautiful baby in the world. Except for the one I'm gonna get with Skiwi :)
Well, after a big birthday party, Jake actually had to go to a "guys night out" with Tom, but he didn't make it anymore, he was exhausted! So we stayed home, watched a movie and went to bed.
Better actually, cus our sunday wasn't ruined this way. Read the next thread!
... social tour meeting up with friends again and even had a very pleasant cousin reunion! Well meeting up with one cousin from New Zealand for the first time and talking with another until deep in the night!
Now its time for serious business…my rapidly declining financial situation! So after updating my CV and fighting off flu bugs, I gathered the inner strength to visit ALL temp work agencies in Tilburg; Smiling and presenting myself in the best of ways in ...
... And although it's hard to get in idea of the actual cost of moving it to Canada, i guess it will easily amount to 150 euros per cubic metre. That's a lot :D
What makes this so hard to do, is coming to terms with my history as a pack rat, and the fact that I have received so many gifts from friends and family. But no more Mr Nice Guy, out it goes!
Other reasons why I want to get rid of stuff?
* It takes space
* Everything you own needs care
* They ...