Bastion Hotel Groningen
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... which is now a luxury!) I washed my dirty clothes, washed the bugs off the front of Lily and then waxed it to try to prevent less bug stickage!! So, that was all yesterday. Today, I have spent literally the whole day driving round holland being sent from place to place to get things fixed. The caravan shop I was hoping could help only dealt with caravans, but referred me somewhere else which was 20mins in the general direction I wanted to be going anyway - it was closed for ...
... speciaity"fischbrotchen",a bread roll with about 3 pieces of slimy,cold fish.Don't mention to Roger ,he is still trying not to gag after eating one! The islands are a different and interesting envirionment,prime holiday spot for Germans,with very few English speaking visitors . We enjoyed riding bikes along the canals in this interesting small town but are starting to yearn for Phillip Island again and looking forward to moving on to ...
... s delight.
Apparently Spooky's VW T4, more commonly known as Jezebel,
is going to be 'operated on' first thing this morning for a new valve so
hopefully they will be able to catch up later this evening.
The sun shone but we were stuck in an enormous traffic jam
for about an hour & a half. Finally got to the site about 3.30pm. Very
cheap! Phew! 12 euros & that included electricity. It didn't include loo rolls.
With our heads in the clouds, we left Nordkapp and headed south. When we knew that we would be coming to Norway, we asked a Brisbane-based friend of ours, who happens to be Norwegian, what we should go to see in Norway. In her words, "Capital cities are the same everywhere. Oslo is nice and has some good museums, but... Go to the Lofoten Islands."
And so we did. But I'm getting ahead of myself. I need to write this blog chronologically or I ...
... t. As it was the beginning of a long week-end in Holland-and the cabins were fully booked-we had to bite the bullet & tackle the headwind across the bridge. Hannah did well to battle the elements & we finally made the crossing in 3 hours. We stopped for a snack and got out our stove to make ourselves some hot cuppas as a reward. The girls had fun rolling down a nearby dyke.
That afternoon we continued up the coast to the delightful town of ...