CBC Dutchtouch trip 2015 with young American
star soccer player, Christian Pulisic in Dortmund, Germany
Read about 3 of our dutch players who are playing at high levels in
Holland Trip 2018 ---
We took our annual trip to Holland on March 21 - 31. It was the 11th Dutch Touch trip to the Netherlands. It was also the largest group we had ever taken. In total, there were 65 people in our travel group.
Once again, we had an outstanding itinerary, created by our Dutch leader, Jan Pruijn. Every day was action packed with soccer, history, culture and sightseeing. Every year Jan tweaks the itinerary and this year more so than ever.
This trip combined some of the usual attractions: soccer training and games with local Dutch teams, visits to a Dutch school, where our group attended classes and had lunch. We also toured the War Museum of 1944-45. We took a trip to Dortmund with a stadium tour and browsed the spectacular Fan Shop. We also spent a day in Amsterdam, with a canal cruise, shopping, and a visit Ajax facility/Fan Shop. Our players again stayed with Dutch host families. Our meals were with our old friends at de Oude Molen hotel. The group saw lots of bicycles too.
What was new this year -
Special training for everyone with local Dutch teams; we had 4 Dutch teams that our players joined for sessions. Our players also has the unique experience of playing in an International mini-tournament.
We added a visit to Anne Frank House this year and a tour of the amazing Keukenhof Gardens. We experienced the German Bundesliga soccer museum, as well. We were able to offer many different optional activities too. One of the highlights of the trip was the opportunity to see the Holland - England International Friendly live in Amsterdam.
Once again, the 2018 CBC Dutch Touch Trip was a one filled with a lifetime of experiences and memories that will never be forgotten. Special thanks to the players and their parents, our Dutch soccer staff, our Dutch host families and our adult trip leaders for their great work this year.
Holland Trip 2016 ---
The 9th Spring
Trip to Holland was another smashing success as we took the largest group yet,
55 people (25 players) for our annual jaunt 'across the pond'. The 2016 version
featured the same variety of activities and a wicked daily pace that kept
everyone in constant motion. Once again, Jan Pruijn, the Dutch master of
organization, put together an incredible itinerary that included a combination
of soccer, culture, history and lifetime experiences that will be the talking
point for years to come. It truly is an experience of a lifetime to be able to
immerse into a different culture and experience life on different terms. The
Dutch have a way of welcoming and treating their guests with the utmost of
hospitality, and we experienced that many times over the course of our trip.
Our flight over arrived as scheduled, our bus took us from Schiphol
International Airport in Amsterdam to our friendly destination in Groesbeek
where Jan and Astrid were eagerly awaiting our arrival. The first day is always
a long, tiring day, with the time difference (6 hours ahead) and the jet lag,
but the excitement of being in Holland fueled the adrenaline, and on we go.
After a brief orientation on the accommodations, (and how to properly put the
bedding together, aka Astrid), we had a full day ahead of us, culminating with
our first game of the trip later that evening. We played the Trekvogels club of
Nijmegen, coached by Joost van Elden of our very own Dutchtouch staff. With 25
players, we were able to form 2 teams - U13 and U15, each group played 5 games.
The U13 group played some outstanding competition and improved from game to
game, with the last game being the best by far! The U15 group had more success
in their games, ending the trip with a winning record. They also played some
steep competition with the U13 Academy team of Vitesse and the JVC Cuijk teams.
As much as we value winning games, when we go to Holland, the main
purpose is to learn from them as much as we can about developing young players.
What impresses me the most is how solid their foundation is at the younger
ages. After our first game vs Trekvogels U 13, that word foundation just stayed
on my mind. Foundation is always the basis of any development, and in soccer,
it is the overall development of everything that the individual player needs to
be successful, with and without the ball, 1 vs 1 on both sides of the ball. It
is about the ball skills, using both sides of the body equally well - winning,
keeping, using the ball - first touch, last touch, shielding, tackling and
integrating into total team play. The Dutch build the foundation through age
11, and then they add other elements. It was common to see that in all the
Dutch players wherever we played.
The 2016 trip featured many of the
usual 'Dutch treats' from the previous trips: full day in Amsterdam with a
canal cruise, browsing Dam Square area, visit to Ajax - stadium tour, fan shop,
youth complex and an exciting game between the 2nd teams of Ajax and PSV
(strong rivals) and a women's game between Ajax and FC Twente ..
2 visits into Germany one to see a professional game at Bochum
and the other to Dortmund to visit the famous team of Borussia Dortmund
(stadium tour and fan shop), and a stop off in Dusseldorf for sightseeing on
the return to Groesbeek ..
2 school visits - the first to our
usual visit of the OBC bi-lingual school in Bemmel and the second, and a new
one, to the school in Silvolde, where we stayed in guest family homes .
'44,'45 War Museum in Groesbeek and the visit to the Canadian War
5 games for both teams vs local Dutch teams, 3 training
sessions with Dutch coaches, a 5 vs 5 tournament on the mini-pitch at the
accommodation, and a U 19 game Vitesse vs NEC
Rendezvous at the
de Oude Molen to talk over the day's activities . 3 night stay with guest
families in Silvolde Farmer's Golf .. dutch dinner and social with guest
families Great meals and lunch boxes, pizza at Ls Stalla .. Shopping in
Groesbeek, Nijmegen and Arnhem, ..
Tour of EUSEBIUS Church and
their Museum in Arnhem, pancake lunch ..
A little sunshine,
mostly cloudy, damp, a little rain, windy (cold at times) ..
New this year - players stayed in Old Mill (new) and
parents stayed at Het Uitzicht - all meals in the new Old Mill dining room
Special thanks to all the players, parents,
grandfather, brothers and sisters who blended so well to make this a very
special group. To our Dutch hosts and helpers - Jan, Astrid, Isabella and
Caroline for all they did to make our stay very enjoyable and memorable - to
our friends at de Oude Molen for allowing us to enjoy their friendly
hospitality - to the guest families for allowing us into their homes and lives
- you will always be fondly remembered - to our opponents for showing us the
dutch way of playing - to the dutch coaches Jan, Remco and Joost who trained
us. Holland Spring Trip 2017 -- March 8 - 19
Download the Recap of Trip to Holland 2016..........PDF
Holland Trip 2015 ---
2015 version of the CBC Dutchtouch trip to Holland was a smashing success -
another outstanding journey to the soccer capital of the world, the land of
windmills, bicycles, tulips and friendly people. With comfortable weather, a
balanced daily program of varied activities, plenty of soccer activities, and a
very compatible group of travelers, Holland will remain a pleasant lifetime
memory for the 40 people in our group.
The group consisted of 14
players, born 2000 through 2004, parents, coaches and a few other adults. The
bonding began once we arrived in country and grew stronger each day. New
friendships were made and with that more memories. As the days progressed, the
parents felt comfortable to make small group plans and travel about on their
own. Midway through the week, we had parents in Bruges, Belgium, Amsterdam,
Nijmegen and coaches in Genk, Belgium.
The flights, though long, were
smooth and we actually arrived in Amsterdam ahead of schedule. Luggage arrived,
customs cleared and we were on our way. Sunny skies greeted us as we stepped
from Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam and our very comfortable bus
took us to our destination in Groesbeek, to the east of Holland, bordering
Germany. We quickly settled in to our accomodations at Het Uitzicht, had a
meal, walked into the village, and the boys had their first 'international'
that evening vs Joost's team from Trekvogels. The boys played well, but jet lag
may have contributed to 2 late goals against.
Friday we once again
attended the OBC school in Bemmel and joined in 2 classes with the Dutch
students and had a dutch lunch at the school. After school, we went to the
Castle at Doornenberg. A short training session followed with Henk Schaap and
then we were off to Arnhem for the Vitesse vs AZ Alkmaar professional game. A
very full day to say the least! Saturday was a game day with 2 games in the
morning and then a pizza dinner in Nijmegen and then a free evening to catch up
Sunday we had training in the morning with Bas (core fitness)
and Henk (technical) and then we travelled to Germany to see Borussia Monchen
Gladbach vs Hannover in the German Bundesliga before a capacity crowd - great
German atmosphere and support of the home team! Monday was Amsterdam - canal
cruise, shopping in downtown, visit to Ajax - ArenA tour, gift shop, youth
complex - and then back to Nijmegen for the NEC vs Volendam professional game.
Tuesday was training at the 5 a side courts across the street at Seven Hills
with the Rene Muelensteen trainer and with Remco (NEC and JVC Cuijk), the
annual visit to the War Museum and Canadian war Cemetery, and the evening game
vs DVOL Lent with the traditional dutch dinner in the canteen, provided by the
Wednesday was training in the morning, a visit to the
Richard Kregtin soccer shop in Nijmegen and a return match vs Trekvogels.
Thursday was a highlight day as we visited Borussia Dortmund (Germany) - toured
the stadium, fan shop, training facilities and were able to participate in a
state of the art training facility for passing and vision - one of only 3 such
facilities in the world!! We were able to meet with Christian Pulisic, a USA U
17 national team player who signed a 5 year contract with Dortmund! When we
left Dortmund, we headed to Silvolde to meet with the guest families. The
players were to stay the last 3 nights with the guest families - always a
highlight of the trip and this year was no exception.
Friday was a
morning training session in Silvolde with Wim van Zeist and then to Arnhem for
a visit and tour of the Vitesse stadium, and then return to guest families in
Silvolde. Saturday was family day with the guest families (farmer's golf - cut
short by rain) and dinner and social with all the parents and players and guest
families. Sunday was up early and return to Schiphol for our flight back home.
The weather was nice - only a couple of typical dutch days - Saturday
it rained off and on - but mostly it was comfortable. Many thanks to Isabella,
Caroline and Astrid for their help in many ways, but particularly for the meals
they provided us and their hospitality!! Special thanks to Jan Pruijn whose
expertise brings all this together and makes the trips so incredibly memorable.
Jan has the knack to make each trip better than the previous one - and they
have all been truly outstanding. As we left we all acknowledged we will miss
Holland - the nice, friendly people - the incredible soccer facilities - the
people at the Oude Molen - the guest families - the coaches who trained us and
the teams we played - the lifestyle - the bicycles - Amsterdam - the stadiums
and the fans -- so many things that we will remember.
The dates for the
2016 trip are: March 16 - 26, returning on Saturday to be home for Easter
Sunday. Make plans now to be part of another exciting trip filled with a
lifetime of memories.
Download the Recap of Trip to Holland 2015..........PDF
Holland Trip 2014 ---
CBC Dutchtouch trip to the Netherlands in March of 2014 was another resounding
success!! With 42 people in tow, we were greeted by wonderful weather (that is
always nice), a busy and exciting itinerary, and a great group of cooperative
and interesting people. Holland is such an interesting country and our trip
gives a panoramic view of the country and its people. From the small villages
to the international cities, we experience a great deal of the culture and the
history of this remarkable country.
Needless to say that soccer is
king, and you see that anytime you visit any facility anywhere in the country.
They put a high value on the learning process, and that involves quality
coaching and quality facilities. We were led by our Dutch professional, Jan
Pruijn, who spent the entire trip with us, coming in from Cape Town, South
Africa. As is the case from previous trips, all of our training sessions were
led by highly qualified Dutch professional coaches - what a tremendous
opportunity and experience for our young players.
The trip featured
many of the usual activities that the past trips also experienced: we stayed in
the quiet village of Groesbeek, frequenting the De Oude Molen for meals and
relaxation - we had our day in Amsterdam with the canal cruise, shopping in
downtown, visit to Ajax and the necessary stop at the Ajax Fan Shop - spent a
day in the Dutch school attending classes and mingling with 'new' friends - had
the most games any group ever played before - attended professional games -
toured the Doornenberg Castle - visited the War Museum and the Canadien War
Memorial Cemetary - spent a day in Germany at Schalke and Dussledorf - and
ended the trip with fantastic guest families and a final day BBQ in Silvolde
with our group and the guest families.
Once again, the trip provided a
lifelong experience for all those who joined us. New friends, wonderful
memories, a desire to want to go back, a wish that we had more time when we
were there, the guest family experience - just some of the many things that
will stay with us for quite some time. Experiencing another culture and a
different lifestyle, expands our world and allows to see life in a different
I want to extend my thanks to all who were on trip, for your
cooperation and enthusiasm. From every point of view, this trip was special -
starting with the weather and continuing through every day's activities. From
the soccer perspective, our 2 groups combined for a 7 - 1 - 2 record against
our Dutch opponents, many of the same clubs we played in the past. It was very
rewarding to see the improvement in the players during the 10 days we were in
country. Hopefully, they will continue to try to play in the Dutch way.
Dates are set for the 2015 trip - March 11-22, 2015. Make plans now to
Download the Recap of Trip to Holland 2014..........PDF
Terry Michler of CBC
Dutchtouch with Tom Menting (Holland) with his professional team DeGraafschap -
(picture taken at the DeGraafschap stadium after a game). Tom Menting is the
first of the 'dutchies' to become a professional soccer player in Holland. Tom
came to our St. Louis camp on 3 different occasions.
Holland Trip 2013 ---
Dutchtouch just returned from its 6th trip to the Netherlands and once again it
was a trip of a lifetime. With the exception of very unseasonal weather (very
cold and wet - rain and snow), the trip fulfilled the expectations of all 38
players, parents and coaches that made the trip. As usual, Jan Pruijn organized
a tremendous program of activities for our 10 days in country, achieving the
perfect balance of soccer activities and cultural experiences. This trip may
very well have been the best of all - I seem to say that after every trip! Jan
has the incredible ability of always creating new experiences and improving on
'the best-ever trips of the past'.
The group attended 4 professional
games - all with different experiences and atmospheres - from the 2nd division
Dutch game of De Graafschap vs Volendam, to the rowdy crowd at Borussia
Moenchen Gladbach vs Werder Bremen in the German Bundesliga, to the Amsterdam
ArenA to watch the storied Ajax 11 vs Pec Zwolle, to the final night in country
to see NEC Nijmegen vs Heerenveen. European professional soccer is a very
different experience and you must be there to realize it. Our young players
played 5 matches vs local youth teams, winning 3 of them and playing very well
throughout all the games, and had 5 training sessions led by professional Dutch
In addition, we spent time at NEC Nijmegen and Ajax Amsterdam
watching youth games and training of the young players of those professional
clubs. Everywhere we trained or played, the hospitality of the local people was
tremendous - the facilities are awesome and the overall atmosphere is very
conducive to wanting to play your best. It is by design that Dutch soccer is so
good - highly educated coaches, wonderful and plentiful training facilities and
the attention to detail are the trademarks of Dutch youth development. You
really need to see the number and the quality of the training facilities that
seem to be almost everywhere. In addition to the soccer experience, the group
visited the following: the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the '44-'45 War
Museum in Groesbeek, the Canadian War Cemetery, The Bridge Too Far in Arnhem,
the Palace Het Loo in Apledoorn, the Castle Doornenburg, the OBC Bi-Lingual
school in Bemmel, Richard Kregting's soccer shop in Nijmegen, shopping in
downtown Nijmegen and the usual canal cruise and tour of downtown Amsterdam. We
are very fortunate that where we stay in the eastern part of the country (very
near Germany) is very rich in World War II memorabilia as it there that much of
the war took place. All of these visits contributed to a well-rounded total
experience that left a lasting impression on our entire group.
thanks to our wonderful hostesses Astrid and Isabella who made sure that we got
the most of our Dutch experience through food and culture. Martin, our bus
driver, was also most helpful throughout the trip. And a trip to Groesbeek
would not be complete without spending time at the comfortable and welcoming de
Oude Molen, led by Vincent, Werner, Bo, Sharon, Britt and the rest of the
wonderful staff. It really becomes a home away from home with the warm
hospitality that is afforded to us. Special thanks to our Dutch coaches - Tom
Vrenken, Els Thuenissen, Joost van Elden, Henk Schaap, Remco ten Hoopen, Harry
Jansen and Theo Derks. And, as always, the biggest thanks is shared -- to Jan
Pruijn who organizes the daily program so that everyone has a great experience
- and to the parents, players and coaches who made the trip possible by
deciding to go.
As we say good-bye to the 2013 Holland Spring Trip, we
look forward to the trip in 2014 - the dates are March 12 -23, 2014. As a
footnote, bus # 5 ran on schedule into downtown Nijmegen and room # 6 was not
quite the same at de Oude Molen. Thanks to everyone for making this another
memorable trip. Dutchtouch has now taken 164 people from St. Louis to the
Netherlands over the past 6 years. Jan has already promised a bonus for the
200th person to make the trip.
Download the Recap of Trip to Holland 2013.........PDF
The 2012 Trip just make have topped them all - the
weather was the best ever, the group was awesome and the experience as good as
ever!! A total of 24 travelers arrived in Amsterdam, and quickly transferred to
Groesbeek for the first part of the trip.
The first days in country
were busy and exciting - the usual trip into Germany to visit FC Schalke 04 -
stadium tour of the Veltins Arena, gift shop and training areas - and then a
Friday afternoon in Dusseldorf - and an evening return to Arnhem for the
Vitesse-Heracles Eredivisie game. Wow - that was just day one! On Saturday, we
spent St. Patrick's day in Amsterdam - first visiting Ajax, watching youth
games, and spending freely in the Fan Shop - and then into downtown A'dam for a
canal cruise and shopping/sightseeing. Oh, I almost forgot - we played a game
on the Thursday that we arrived - in the evening in Arnhem vs ESA Arnhem, with
a social reception in the club to follow. Sunday was training with some of our
'dutchies' who have been to St. Louis and then we attended a top amateur game
at De Treffers in the afternoon.
Monday was training in the morning and the visit to the '44-'45 War
Museum in Groesbeek - game in the evening in Lent (we won!!) and a great Dutch
dinner at the club to follow. No telling what we ate, but it was delicious, and
plenty of it!! Lent is the village where Harry lives and the local club did a
fantastic job of making us feel very welcome. Tuesday was off to training with
Remco at JVC Cuijk and an afternoon in Eindhoven at PSV - observe training and
gift shop. In the evening we played the NEC amateur team in our age group and
they were very special. We seldom got close to the ball in that game - they
showed what could be done with proper training and team play - a very
impressive display! Wednesday we spent the day in Nijmegen at the NEC grounds -
observed training, gift shop and stadium tour and our annual visit to Richard
Kregting's soccer shop in Nijmegen. Richard loves to see us and his business
improves with our visits. Thursday was back-to-school day at the bi-lingual OBC
school in Bemmel. This is our second visit to the school and it was a great
experience for all the young people involved. Following the school visit, we
were off to Ermelo to spend the rest of the trip in the Dutch homes of our
Ermelo is the home of FC Horst, the club of Jaap de
Vries, one of our Dutchtouch coaches. Jaap and his club completely made us feel
welcome. We had a BBQ at the home of one of our guest families and on Saturday
night we had a social at the Horst clubhouse with games and snacks. In
addition, we had a training session and a game on the Horst grounds. We had 3
wonderful days and leaving was very difficult.
Everyone enjoyed the
hospitality of Vincent and his staff at the de Oude Molen - a very comfortable
and friendly environment with great food and drinks - and bus 5 runs right
outside the door, taking you into Nijmegen center. They play the most
interesting game of billiards (pool) there and the players that play are very
good. Our players, along with a couple of staffers, stayed at the Resort
Zevenhuelven, about a mile down the road. The players enjoyed a parade and
carnival in the center of Groesbeek and training at the Achilles '29 grounds,
just around the corner from our 'digs'. Shopping was plentiful and everyone
managed to bring back many memories of our trip. We met 2 new coaches, Joost
and Els, both will be joining us at the International Camp at CBC in July. Els
will be our first Dutch female coach and we are excited about that. I think it
is safe to say that everyone had the time of their lives and that the trip will
live in their memories for many years. Rumor has it that room 6 at de Oude
Molen will never be the same!! Thanks to all for making this a wonderful trip
and a great experience.
out the Recap of Trip to Holland 2011..........CLICK
CBC Dutch Touch Off To Holland ~ Spring
returns to the land of tulips, windmills, wooden shoes, bicycles .. and,
oh yes, some very good soccer as well. A total of 38 people will depart St.
Louis on March 24, 2010 for an educational (soccer and life) trip to the
Netherlands. The trip last spring ('09) was very successful, and the
anticipation and enthusiasm is building for the 2010 trip. Once again we have
an exciting, busy itinerary planned that includes a nice balance of soccer,
sightseeing and cultural exchange. As we experienced last spring, Holland is a
country with a strong historical past combined with a free-spirited present.
We will also have the opportunity to reunite with our 'Dutchies' from
the previous 3 summer camps, when they came to St. Louis to train with our
local players. The players will join together for training and games, and also
compete against each other as we will play their local teams. In addition, the
plans include a stay with the SKV Club in Wageningen. The second part of the
trip the players will be housed with Dutch families and even attend a day of
school in the local Dutch school. A full day is scheduled in historic Amsterdam
with a visit to the famous Ajax Amsterdam grounds to watch a practice, tour the
Amsterdam Arena, visit the Ajax Museum and go crazy in the Gift Shop.
Soccer Game 4/28/2010 ~ Holland-Wageningen
We will attend 2 professional games of the Dutch
Eredivisie, one in Amsterdam (Ajax) and one in Arnhem (Vitesse). Sounds
exciting and challenging!! The group will return to St. Louis on April 3 with a
lifetime of memories.
Jan Pruijn will handle all the planning in Holland
and the group will be trained by Harry Jansen and Theo Derks, both fully
licensed Dutch FA coaches
The plans are in place for the 2010
International Summer Camp to be held at CBC High School from July 18 - 23,
2010. With enrollment limited and interest sky high, applications will fill
quickly. If you are interested in attending, please visit www.cbcdutchtouch.com
and click on Camps to get more information and an application form.
TESTIMONIALS - Holland Trip
10 Thank you for putting
together the Netherlands' Trip as Donna and Nathan have done nothing but talked
about it since they have been back. I heard weather was pretty cooperative this
time which made the trip that much nicer. Based on what they have said, it
sounds like it was a marvelous trip and a great experience.
for inviting Nathan on the trip. Nathan and I both had a wonderful time. We
appreciate the hard work and organizing that both yourself, and those in
Holland did in preparation for our visit. We appreciate the other coaches and
Marc for his assistance to us all. The cultural exchange was wonderful. We were
amazed by the differences in both the Dutch culture and the enthusiasm for
soccer, especially at the professional games. We really enjoyed the other kids
and families both from St. Louis/Bermuda and those from Holland. It was a great
trip and we consider everyone in the group our new friends. First off
thank you for inviting C.J. and supervising him during his "Dutch-Touch" trip
to the Nederlands. He has told his mom and me that the trip was "awesome" and
this Dutch trip has enriched his "futbol" passion. Hopefully it will be seen in
the near future on the field. I want to start off by saying
thanks to all of you for allowing me to be part of the trip. The trip
accomplished all of my objectives which were to grow as a coach by observing
youth training in Holland and to have a good time with fun nice people.
times. Except James re-aggrevated his groin on the 3rd day and that slowed him
down a bit --- but as I said he LOVED Holland and wants to go to school
there... I would like to thank you for everything that you did to put this
trip together for us, and for including us. It was a great experience. Your
leadership off the field, to smile and be there through the many exhausting
events, was as impressive as your leadership on the field, thank you for
sharing that with us as well. Lester had a great time staying with Frank and
his family and has extended the offer to them to stay with us if they are
interested next summer. They have expressed that they may send Frank and his
younger brother Ohno. His Dad is thinking about if he will come along as well.
Lester and Frank are continuing to communicate via email several times already
since we left, how the internet can help these experiences to mean a little
more, by allowing them to continue their new relationship. We would love to
host them. My kids are still floating
on air. We all has such a wonderful experience. Thank you so much. Most
definitely... We'd love to have the Dutchies back. We already told Tom he was
welcome...and Gudo as well if he comes. Just let us know.
Brett Gregorys Soccer Trip to Holland
with Ajax Cape Town
Brett Gregory is staff
member of CBC dutchtouch and was offered a trip to Holland by Jan Pruijn as a
trial for a possible professional career. Brett has helped at the International
camps in St.Louis and went on our spring trip to Holland last March. It was
during the spring trip that Brett was able to train with Dutch teams
first a local amateur team and then with the professional team of NEC Nijmegen
of the Dutch First Division (Eredivisie). Brett did very well in the training
sessions and Jan invited him to join the Ajax Cape Town team as it participated
in 2 different tournaments in Holland against professional and amateur teams
from different countries. Brett started each game and played the full game with
just one exception where he was subbed out at halftime in a 5-0 win. Brett has
sent his trip diary and in it are some very good points he makes about the
level of play and the differences he experienced in the speed of play and the
quality of play. Also, a few pictures from the tournaments ( Brett wears the #4
shirt for Ajax(sometimes in Blue uniform) and is around the ball in these pics)
In the team picture, Brett is in the standing row, 3rd player, next to the
keeper, as you look from left to right Nine Day Trip Itinerary...........PDF
TESTIMONIALS - Holland Trip
09 Recap from Trip '09 » click Dave and I
really appreciate this opportunity that you gave our son.
Hi Terry, Thanks bunches for taking Mara she had a
wonderful time and said it was the experience of a life time.
Terry, I just wanted to thank you for the chance to go to Holland
with the group, it was a life changing experience for me. The training was
first class and made me realize that maybe I could make it. I spoke with Jan
today and we are setting something up for South Africa.
you again!!! Brett Gregory
Hey Terry, thanks for everything!
Tyler and Peg had a great time even after all of his issues. We would be
interested in going back believe it or not if asked again. Flying directly into
Amsterdam sounds like a winner. Thanks again for all you did to provide a
memorable experience for them both.
BigSmoke (Chuck Womack)
We had a great time!
again - Laura
Thanks again for all the work you put in on the trip to
Holland, Jake had the time of his life, Again thanks a lot on the memories I'm
sure Jake will remember forever!!