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... mouth full not because its "bad manners", but because no one else wants to see half chewed food. You don't point with your knife because no one wants to have a knife pointed at them. You don't let a door slam when people around you are sleeping. And you don't walk on the clearly marked bike path while bicyclists consider your untimely demise. From the windmills of Kinderdigk I plot in a course for the Oostvoorne peninsula. One of the peninsulas was meant ...
... and so many others went through. I had chills standing in the rooms where this family and a few others lived for two years. While I was at the museum, the others went to the zoo. They all said it was a great zoo. Apparently, the animals are close to the crowds and some run free. I heard a few lemurs scampered by Beck's feet. Maureen was nervous Beck might actually get ahold of a tail. Mike and I took a short walk through the Red ...
...except our bus ran into traffic (caused by an almost comedically unfortunate combination of road work and accidents), and what was supposed to be a 50 minute trip ended up taking two hours, dropping us off at the airport a scant 10 minutes before our plane was scheduled to depart.
As I mentioned in the first entry from Belgium, we utilized the cheapest means at our disposal to make this trip possible, and this meant flying with RyanAir, ...
... Apparently there is also a dog peeing statue in town. The belgian people love their peeing water fountains!
I try a belgian waffle (without the 'touristy' toppings) which was like not quite cooked batter and sugar. Delicious! I get a cheap block of belgian chocolate from the supermarket - and later am told off as it is terrible chocolate according to the locals. Still tasted good to me though.
The next stop is Delirium ...
... there and was continuing to do so for another week or so - impressive for a girl as hitching is a rare enough endeavour for blokes these days. While preparing dinner I chatted to Pascal from Paris, then we went out for a few beers at the cheapest place in town, the ubiquitous Irish pub.
Tuesday 14/1I discovered to my relief that I had found a host for the coming night, a local living not far out of the centre. I embarked on one of the walking routes suggested by my town map, ...