I’m ready for any kind of venture. such as being occasionally hired to act as a roving reporter at congresses (in the pic with economist Sweder van Wijnbergen) and informal get-togethers. All is done from my home base Rotterdam, leading European port and known from it’s out of the ordinary architecture. Even Lonely Planet, The New York Times, UK-based dailies and others have recognized Rotterdam’s remarkable features and friendly people.
Pictures and videos with me in action is evidence. My channel YouTube and publications on harbourexpert.simplesite.com LinkedIn and Facebook unveil more about my various activities. Please go to https://youtu.be/GYVUIp3Nl20to get an impression of my surroundings and to https://youtu.be/Kvb7_vmIkZY to hear more about the Marine Club Rotterdam. I’m a member/columnist and ‘roving reporter’of this networking club of Rotterdam-based entrepreneurs in the maritime industry. Please go to club’s website.
The port of Rotterdam is food for thought of Rotterdam’s city poet Derek Otte. Hear him at https://youtu.be/HyW3_VbQh00
Close to home suburb Vreewijk the Rotterdam Wijktheater show Status Apart(e) was on stage. It was held at various locations in my neck of the wood in October. I was part of the amateur players on the out of the ordinary stage, acting as a very sluggish guide named Stoffel de Schildpad (Stoffel Tortoise in English)
Curious to know more? https://vimeo.com/jeroeninc/statusaparte
One thing is clear: the left bank of the river Meuse is the cultural hot spot in Rotterdam, although some civil servants’ top brass think otherwise. The cultural evidence can be found in the districts Katendrecht, IJsselmonde, Afrikaanderwijk, Vreewijk and other southern Rotterdam districts.
Cruise ship Rotterdam as pictured from the Cruiseterminal Rotterdam atWilhelminakade, Rotterdam; to be more precise, at the left bank of the river.