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After 21 hours of being on an airplane, and 3 hours stopping over in Singapore we (me and dad) finally made it to Amsterdam! We got off the plane, collected luggage then met with Ruud for him to drive us to Omas house. The ride was just over an hour and was really great to see what holland was ...
... Ok, what was suposed to take 40min ride, took us 1:30 because we got lost... Good thing we didn't have to be on time for anything so we did not care much, although I told her once "lets just go back and forget about it." Yes, I don't like to waste time in the car neither on traffic but we keep on going an finaly arrived en la provincia de Zuid-Holland.
Cerca de este pueblo se unen dos grandes ríos, el Noord y el Lek y la zona ...
... my key back to the hostel and got my key deposit back with no awkward questions about whether I'd used the hostel's parking area. Last night I had bought and downloaded a new audio book, The Janson Directive by Robert Ludlum. Apparently it's one of his best, and it was really quite good - the hours and the kilometres sped by and I stopped for petrol. As I was waiting to pay for the petrol, the song on the PA seemed really familiar. I couldn't place it, and then the ...
Linda Devos Rien and I have been travelling about in Holland enjoying the Country side and admiring the beautiful old fashion homes and the farmers homes with the thatched roofs and the animal stalls attached to the farmers home it was very interesting to see how they live. We have been also enjoying the beautiful tasting foods,the many varieties of Breda ,buns ,and cakes,also the tasty meat slices eg liver ...
... 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 ...