For many, having a baby is an occasion to be celebrated. But does it need to be celebrated together with every casual acquaintance and former co-worker that you’ve friended on Facebook over the last decade?
About Tracy Rozemeijer-Sexton
Irish born and has been living in Holland for 20 years. Tracy likes exploring the country through her running. She is particularly fond of these Dutch words: gefeliciteerd, gezellig and bitterballen.
Entries by Tracy Rozemeijer-Sexton
Dutch is a strange language. Many expats live in the Netherlands for years and never truly get to grips with it. There are so many unwritten rules that you simply cannot learn everything from a textbook. You can ask Dutch people to explain why a word is written in a certain way or why a […]
The 33rd edition of the Halve van Haarlem will take place on September 27th, 2017. Both the start and finish are on the beautiful square in Haarlem, de Grote Markt.
Just that one little Dutch word can send everyone running. Children because it’s exciting and usually something delicious, adults because it’s just one more of those things expected from you when living in the Netherlands.
The 2nd edition of the popular SpaarneConcert will take place in Haarlem on Saturday July 1st 2017. National and local musicians will perform together on stage between 19:00 and 23:00 hours.