amsterdam - Today in Telegraaf on Sunday: The Dutch tourists try to make the most of Barcelona, and self-employed without staff (zzp'ers) have no time for vacation.
Peter is sweaty and is under the wood chips. He stares out. Upon hearing his name, he stunned. 'Come mom,' he says with whispering voice. 'I have the food ready for you. '
Peter van Veen (58) is a caretaker and a lawyer. He cares for his mother and helps people with computer problems. 'I'm a zzp-slet,' says Van Veen, who has always worked through the last seven years.
He is no exception in this regard: more and more zzp'ers work throughout the vacation. A holiday is taking place and according to FNV, that is worrying. 'If you do not leave for a long time, do not let go of work. The unions have fought for nothing for holidays and holidays, 'spokesman Harry Lindelauff said.
At Barcelona, there are just a lot of tourists on holiday today. Also Dutch. These are the best of the attacks after the attacks. 'People in our Airbnb complex were in shock. Some had the attack, 'says Tamara Veenstra from Groningen.
Feels the strange holiday celebrating in a mourning city? 'Yes,' says Tamara hesitantly. 'We have to enjoy it, I think so. We are here for six days, it would be a bad thing if we could not do anything. But it's not a real party vote. We hear that some clubs are closed because there are three days of mourning. It's really different from here. '
The articles about zzp'ers and about the vacationers in Barcelona can be read in The Telegraph on Sunday (here).