I love the way Ramona Crisstea use the words to advise us to be unique. This post is insightful. Enjoy your read

Make it your own.

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After a hardworking Saturday helping in-laws with moving to a new apartment, the Sunday was a treat going to this Vintage collectors event. It throws me back to great memories.

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Great selfie happy Halloween photo! This was caught in a moment of doubt, we heard some sound coming out of that round thing which you would think is the moon, right?
We were a bit unsure if the sound was samba or salsa. Still, we don’t know the answer because we got busy posing for the camera!

I heard that foreigners like to celebrate Halloween, well that is true. At least I love it. It is a great reason for socializing!
Just recently I become a member of Internations there I met wonderful people amongst them great professionals and Experts.
It is clear that we will have to be fluent in Dutch language some day but, when we are all gathered in a cosy place, differing from bars, restaurants or bistros, there is no better joy. The common language is English but there you find all nations, at some point we find ourselves speaking with a fellow from the same country or another willing to share his visiting experience.

For now it is all and if you are new to a country find an expats site like Internations to make you feel you are not alone.
Happy Friday and great weekend. Oh I am writing soon about my first snowboarding attempt.
Claudia Xx

Taking the advantage of an open day at Samba Madeira group in Houten was my Brasileirice of the week. Listening to the drums beating loud it was an inexplicable experience. Being able to play along and adding rhythm to the “bateria” of a samba school was overwhelming !

——————- // Ter a oportunidade de uma aula grátis e tocar no grupo Samba Madeira em Houten foi a minha Brasileirice da semana. O som dos tamborins e tambores é uma experiência ótima, me senti tocando numa bateria de escola de samba.

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