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Aruba Revisted Pt. 1

The island of Aruba is, as the locals say, “One Happy Place”. Situated just off the coast of Venezuela in the Caribbean Sea it actually forms part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. I visited Aruba with my beautiful new…

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Friday, 17th March 2006

Brainpark III

Brainpark III is an office park outside Rotterdam which, while under construction a few years ago, had its name written in the dirt. Before you ask, yes there is a Brainpark I and II, a name so stupid they used…

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Tuesday, 10th January 2006

The Euromast

Sticking with members of the World Federation of Great Towers, this is Rotterdam’s 186 metre-high Euromast. Apparently the tower is built on a concrete block weighing 1,900,000 kilos! You can see the view from the 100 metre-high restaurant on the…

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Wednesday, 28th September 2005

Aruba

Aruba is a Caribbean island that forms a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Sadly it’s not in very high resolution, but I’m posting it anyway as after I get married tomorrow my new wife and I will be…

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Friday, 16th September 2005

Amsterdam

There’s only a tiny amount of high-resolution Amsterdam. Dam Square in the centre of the city features a monument to Holland’s WWII dead and is outside of the Royal Palace (the big white building). Follow the roads to the east…

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Thursday, 1st September 2005
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