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Welcome! I have been travelling on and off since 2010, and I have finally decided to start a travel blog to share my thoughts and ideas on various travel related topics. First of all, a little history on me; In September 2010 my Girlfriend and I quit our jobs in Australia and moved over to London- On the way we wanted to do some travel and as we planned the trip it just got bigger and bigger and bigger. We did a couple of months between the US, Canada and Mexico ...
... encontraría actualmente bajo el agua. Por esta misma razón estos molinos son conservados en perfectas condiciones no solamente por su valor cultural y turístico sino para que en caso de emergencia puedan reemplazar el bombeo eléctrico y regular el nivel de agua de los polders o también conocido como tierras pantanosas que una vez drenada se dedica generalmente al cultivo.
A beautiful late summer day with lots ...
... 30,000 active windmills. Today there is now only 1200 active windmills. Another interesting fact is that Holland and the Netherlands are not one and the same as many believe. Holland is a province of the Netherlands and generates the most income.
On the ship tonight were the goodbyes and exchanging of emails as we all prepared to disembark tomorrow.
... had only put the bike there quite late the night before, it was quite early in the morning, and the vines next to his garage were so overgrown and overhanging that it looked like his garage hadn't been opened this century. But it was his garage to open or not open as he pleases so I apologised many, many times and of course moved my bike. He looked like the kind of old man that isn't satisfied with an apology and a solution - he was storming around looking for people to ...
... the scenery. They were giant wooden structures surrounded by fields, rivers and creeks. There was a walking path that wold take you down to all of them which was several miles long. After all of the waling from the two days before, we decided not to walk to entire thing but did walk long enough to get our fills of windmills. There was also the option to pay and see the inside. We decided to decline ...