Something really upsetting has happened to me, yesterday I saw my neighbour for the first time since coming back from our skiing holiday, I work Monday to Wednesday so don't to see them much. She was very aggressive and said she was going to report us to the 'Diren' something or other for neglecting our cat whilst we were away. My friend was looking after the cat came in on her way home from picking her kids up from school (the have Dutch school hols, different to us) and she says the cat was fine, it had food & water and there is a cat flap in the garage door. What shall I do Rosy
I went to Snowworld in Zoetermeer and quite enjoyed the practice, prior to going skiing this year, but the slope is not that long for someone a bit more advanced than beginner. They told me theres a very long indoor ski slope over the other side of Holland in the south east, Landgraaf. Has anyone tried it out and could they tell me if its worth travelling that far to give it a go.
We have been here since the autumn, what is becoming apparent is that my kids are way behind with their swimming, one of my daughters had grommets put in last year so can't swim for at least a year, but I need to get the others up to speed. Any birthday party involved with a swimming pool we are not included as the children have to be able to swim up to at least a standard of an A Diploma (I think this is correct?). The local swiming pool in Wassenaar seems to think that it will take at least 6 months to a year to get them to an A Diploma standard. Does anyone know where I can get private lessons?