Category: A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL

A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #5: MADURODAM, THE NETHERLANDS

A chilly Autumn morning, wrapped in a shawl I watch the rain pouring on and off on a very cloudy day. No complaints as I love the rain and the calming effect it has upon my soul. I walk through the memories of the Netherlands, as I pinched myself and I really had to ask

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #4: THE BINNENHOF, THE NETHERLANDS

Binnenhof, a thirteenth century Gothic castle, was converted to be the political center of the Dutch in 1584. This is the oldest house of parliament in the world which is still being used! Binnenhof translates as inner court in English. It is in the city center of The Hague, the Netherlands. It accommodates the The Ministry of

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #3: HET PLEIN AND LUDEN IN THE NETHERLANDS

A small European country where life begins at dawn and at sunset all but go home. One of our tour guides had said the Dutch are very punctual with their timing as they begin their day early and end their days at sunset. I found this to be true as I had witnessed this within

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #2: DELFT, THE NETHERLANDS

I had taken a blessed trip through the Netherlands and concentrated mainly on Den Haag. I however had taken tours through this blessed land as I was guided by the characters of my upcoming romance fiction. I had decided to travel to Delft, the Netherlands as I wanted to visit the New Church, the Old

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #1: SCHEVENINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS

The journey of a spiritual traveler remains present throughout time. As I returned home, I was greeted by the autumn wind, rain, and fallen leaves. My apple trees are still bearing fruits as the wind blows off their leaves. All around the leaves have turned orange and red as this is a reminder, winter is

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