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Today we drove over the famous Dike that was built to help drain The Netherlands. It uses special locks that uses the tide and allows water to leave but not enter. The dike is over 30 km long. Without the dike and lock system, Netherlands would loose 1/4 of their land ...
... swerving in front of me, looking out at all the scenery without a single hiccup in his riding...we went on another ride since and I'm happy to say that I was much sturdier, however I don't have a butt that is conditioned for long rides!
The go-cart adventure – The Folkers boys decided that they needed to test their competitive streak and go-carting abilities. They organised to race at the track on a Saturday evening at 8:30pm. I wish I ...
... basically Germany!) At this point I was starting to feel like I was on a wild goose chase and feeling disheartened tucked into my breakfast (by this point it's about 330 and I haven't stopped all day! And the milk destined for my cereal this morning actually walked out the fridge when I opened it!) I have to tell you, I have never been so pleased to see a car park of VW CAMPERS AND VW BEETLES! I honestly could have cried! The guy at Friesland kevers (http://www.mooney.nl) ...
... an actual air raid bunker,now a museum ,where up to 380 people sheltered during bombing.It was easy to imagine the terror that they felt. Today Emden has a major ship building industry and car manufacturing,amoungst others.VW makes it's Passat car here, and exports thousands of cars from here all over the world.Ten thousand people are employed at VW . Off the northern coast ,across the North Sea ,are a string of islands ,the East and ...
... put in a small field at the bottom of the site, past lots of static
caravans decorated with orange flags, the Dutch football colours.
Had a welcome cuppa and as more teams arrived, they congregated
around our tent. John had a call from Steve/Bob/Boycey who was on his way back
to Calais for a wedding at home. His throttle was stuck open & to make
matters worse, he couldn't open his bonnet. Oh dear. After numerous ...