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... landscape and the typical town houses. Made myself stop lots of times to take it all on (photo)camera. Riding into Wales could not have been more sudden. You would not believe it, as this is also part of the greater UK, but scenery truly does change here almost instantly. The lanes get smaller and more windy. The landscape more lush, and it is far less crowded out here. I have found myself some great camp spots, and interesting sights.
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... soon as we arrived in the Volendam harbor. The sun was starting to set and the lights in the village were starting to twinkle. It was a beautiful finish to a lovely day where I learned so much about this fascinating little country that so many don't even realize exists (people often think that Holland and the Netherlands are interchangeable)! I am not gonna lie, I might have been one of them. LOL!
... hills have been terraced with high walls. Took to the water this morning for a delightful scenic cruise past fortified towns and leafy vineyards. Passed the twin strongholds of the ‘Enemy Brothers’, the Cat and Mouse castles and heared the legend of the Loreley Rock. Disembarked in the quaint wine village of Boppard. Boppard is an ancient city with Roman artifacts and ancient walls. Continued on via Bonn towards Cologne, ...
4 September Travel Day
Business class certainly makes long haul travel easier and we had no problems with Malaysian airlines. When we got to Schiphol Airport we walked straight through the Nothing to declare, we could have had anything in our bags. Then the first problem - the train was not running from the airport because someone had stolen the copper wire during the night. They provided buses to the station at South Amsterdam then we changed to a normal train ...
... of the story of Anne and her family, and then we began the workshop which was about human rights. We talked about the problems that arise when events conflict between two human rights. An example that we debated was Neo-Nazi's exercising their right to demonstrate in front of a Jewish synagogue on the sabbath (right of religion).
Next, we had reservations to tour the museum which allowed us to skip the extremely long line. The museum was great, one of the ...