At last it looks the right way, just like it was. I’m really amazed at indefatigability of the Dutch: would you plant a half kilometer of flowers?
Warning: these pictures can make you jealous. Watch with care.
My first visit to the see in this year is as early as the spring itself.
Originally found on the Internet. I amended the picture by including Russia. Mr Navalny is an opposition leader that actively tackles corruption in Russia.
A friend of mine is recently back from Southeast Asia. His intention originally was to visit Vietnam and Laos, but he ended up visiting also Cambodia, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
His currency exchanges yielded some peculiar things, whether accidentally or not happened to be in the deck of banknotes, such as this Brunei dollar:
Now that spring has come, we have daffodils flowering! Not so many and yet remarkable:
Challenges chased me in my fatherland, and it takes time to recover. Anyway, imagine you were living in Russia.
You have perhaps heard of wintry weather and severe snowfalls in different parts of Europe. It didn’t leave Holland unaffected either. From my balcony I see something like this:
From now on I’m going to make my blog bilingual. Unless I’m too lazy, or the subject is not intended for Western audience.
Fogs in Holland are more than frequent. One of such days I grabbed my camera and went out for photos:
October in Amersfoort:
This publication is the first in a series of posts about my life in the Netherlands. Just in case, Holland and Netherlands are the two names of the same country, with Netherlands being the correct one, and Holland the more popular one.