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... trade winds, the climate can be mild and wet or very dry. Several native species form laurisilva forests.As a consequence, the individual islands in the canary archipelago tend to have distinct microclimates. Those islands such as El Hierro, La Palma and La Gomera lying to the west of the archipelago have a climate which is influenced by the moistgulf stream. They are well vegetated even at low levels and have extensive tracts of ...
... become members of the club. If accepted it brings a whole raft of low cost lifts and storage on the water, and a possible cradle storage out of the water (depending on availability)
We walked into town to the shops and as we arrived so did the one of the massive downpours with thunder and lightning so we just had to take cover in one of the bars in the Grote Markt and have a couple of Hertog Jan's! We also had some bitterballen ...
Hello everyone, To continue on with my most recent blog post I will let you know that I had a lovely dinner with Nicolas and Laurence. We went to a little cafe in the center of town. It was raining cats and dogs so we decided to curb our kebab meal idea and choose an indoor option. The next day I woke up and wanted to take full advantage of my last day in Brussels. Lucky for me what was supposed to be bad weather turned out to be sunny later in the day! I started my day by ...
... for bed, Jules and I did not shower, we we were going to shower in the morning and Hannah and Sam showered that night. Hannah said the shower was really nice, big and good water pressure. At that point it was past midnight so we went to bed and Sam stayed up to shower. She gets done at about 1:45 and gets her bed ready. I wake up to her standing next to her bed with a water bottle in her hand and making noises. I ask her what's wrong and why she is still up, she ...
As we drove along, and got further and further away from the busy and congested streets of London, I got a glance of what the rest of the countryside looked like. Sheep roaming in the fields, and rolling hills. Once we reached Folkestone, England we went through border security (didn't even present our passports) and boarded what we assume was the underwater train through the Atlantic Ocean. This was an experience all in itself because the entire bus just ...