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We navigated across the Haringvliet to the entrance for Middelharnis. We came along the very long canal branch thinking should we moor here or there, but found ourselves at the end and in the middle of the village itself with an ideal mooring right in front of us. It was a part quayside and box mooring which John squeezed us into, and ideal for the shops etc. being in the middle of what turned out to be ...
Unfortunately, just after the last blog entry, Phoebe took a tumble down some steps. She took it very well considering and although it's probably the most serious accident she's had, there was no damage done other than a scabby face which healed up really quickly. The next morning we went for a walk around the lake during a dry spell and then moved on, finding a good spot to stay just outside Triburg, famous for cuckoo clocks with a shop proudly ...
... and towns of the Low Countries to fight the Spaniards, but the inhabitants' energies were directed at their own religious differences. In the end, only the Northern Provinces came together in the Union of Utrecht in 1580, leaving out the catholic southern provinces (today's Belgium, Luxembourg and part of Northern France).
Instead of ending with a story about war and religious strife, which we have enough of in the ...
I got woken up this morning by papa who made me look out the window And There Was Snow! it was only a little bit on the roof but it was still cool (uh sorry cold). This morning mum and faith called and we talked about what was happening here and there and about the temperature it is 39 degrees there at the moment. After a late breakfast I just wandered about in the house for a while and got changed, I found a coat that I really liked and it was really good to ...
... thinking about night stay options in this very place. As I walked out, the guy at the parking was smiling. I tried to get change from him. It was my last hope. For him it didn't matter if I spoke in English or Punjabi. Finally, I had to use sign language and he got the point. He took out all the change he had. I handed him the 20 euro note to get some 3 two euro coins, 2 one euro coins and the remaining 50 cent, 20 cent and 10 cents. In short I had my both hands full of ...