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Een nieuwe huisgenoot: Rommel
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Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Deze blog... Read More

Arayan
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At 1 pm Ana and myself were at the starting point of the bus for our journey to Arayan. Hoping for a good seat we thought we had arrived early, but the bus was already... Read More

Corona in April
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We have just received another short briefing on the latest regarding the corona virus in Nicaragua from our Ministry of Health (MINSA): officially two corona deaths, eleven in intensive care given the transmission risk. And... Read More

Outings with the Activities Club

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Some time ago we requested funds from de Bakkerij (the Bakery), a Church Outreach Centre in Leiden, Netherlands, for among other things educational trips for the participants of the activities club. Our participants are from... Read More

An outing
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Don Nestor arrives by car in good time to take us -Manuel, Miguel, Maria Elena, participants of our Activities Club and myself- to the bazaar in town; it’s already a cosy jamboree. Some of our... Read More

Bluefields
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Here I am back to my desk after three days in Bluefields, a small town on the Atlantic Ocean called after a Dutch pirate Abraham Blauvelt who used the bay as his hiding place in... Read More

To be or not to be
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Maria Elena’s father looked happy when the civil servant explained to him the requirements for his daughter to get an identity card, the only way to prove who one is, and which is needed by... Read More

Holiday in Ecuador
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Here we are enjoying ourselves for a few days on the beach in Salinas. No, not in Nicaragua, but in Ecuador, the place where Daniella, my daughter and Jonathan’s sister, lives. So it’s a real... Read More

An outing to the sea
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Everything seems in order at the last check. Everyone has got their own rucsac for the day. These gift-rucsacs come into their own today. They were donated by the people of the Pompe in the... Read More