I covered his body in sunscreen, dressed him in his cute little boardshorts, and made sure he had his hat, toys, and anything else he might find interesting...... Instead, we had a screaming infant who wanted to do nothing but eat sand and then get pissed off because it was in his eyes.
He didn't want to be held and he didn't want to sit down.
My situation is following: - My spouse will work for the University of Wageningen for at least 4 years.
Wageningen is a Food Valley where there are alot of Food Tech institutes/companies - I work in IT, and best IT jobs (professionalism, salary) are in Eindhoven (Philips), Amsterdam and probably biggest cities in the Netherlands (I don't know much yet).
Wal-Mart is a prime example of a NAFTA compliant organization.
From what I have observed, products sold have labels and instructions in three languages.
They are indigenous to, and have traditionally lived all over what is now Iraq, northeast Syria, northwest Iran, and southeastern Turkey.
The reason I post here is that - I don't know any body/forum for english speakers in the Netherlands - I guess that some of you in this forum are Dutch or have Dutch experience.
When NAFTA came into effect in 1994, it was declared the largest free trade area in the world.
The economic agreement reached among three nations, Canada, USA and Mexico was considered a potential economic giant due to the strength of one of the world's largest trading partners, Canada and the USA. From a language perspective it was determined that all goods and products imported and exported in North America must include the three principal languages spoken by the population which is English, French and Spanish.
When people recount tales from their family vacations one usually hears how they relaxed by the pool, ate out most of the time, took long bathes in the jacuzzi tub, went to the spa, layed out on the beach with a pina-collata, or even got some much needed rest.
Going on vacation with your six month old can be difficult at worse and pleasant at best.