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... before catching another bus to Zaandam to see the windmills. It was a good 40 mins bus journey each way and through some very industrial areas and with each corner turned we became increasingly concerned that the windmills were fictitious. And then, at the end of the line, we climbed off the bus and lo and behold - the windmills!
Tomorrow we move to Hong Kong for a very brief stay so my blogging could be limited.
... of the benefits of which is a 20% discount on Rhein cruise tickets so away we went. The morning started out with a thin cloud cover and temperatures just a little on the cool side; perfect for being out on the water. It was nice, cruising along the river. What we both found interesting was that the boat motor was so quiet that we could hear the birds singing on shore! At one point it sounded as though someone was using a leaf blower somewhere ...
... Tom, an Australia guy I was sat next to, managed to get half a bottle each! The first beer we tried was one of the most popular Belgian beer, Duvel, translating to English to mean devil. This wasn't a new beer for me, but it was one of my favorites! Every beer in Belgium has it's own unique glass, and it's frowned upon if you drink out the bottle! The Duvel is one of very few beers they don't pour for you, the reason behind it being your pour yourself the devil. The next beer was ...
... Cal and I were not impressed with this on its own. Unfortunately we had visited so many old towns and cities by this point that the place didn't have the 'wow' factor it probably deserves. We were there on the weekend and it was like being in Port Fairy. The streets were filled with weekend day trippers, walking the streets with their dogs and prams etc. By night it quiets down and only the tourists staying in the area are left. We come across a mountain ...
Up early for a quick but emotional farewell in the rain before bussing to another country. The strange thing that as an Aussie I could never appreciate is that in one day, I had breakfast in the Netherlands, lunch in Belgium, Drinks in France that same afternoon and finally dinner in England. it's odd that the one place renown for its beer was my last new country to explore. The centre ...