Bastion Hotel Roosendaal
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... river, on a kind of levee. In the background, once or twice, we spot a few of the original windmills; dating back to the 18th century. Much more frequently, however, we can see the more modern style of windmill; large rotors whose blades lazily churn the air. Arriving in Kinderdijk, I can see that it's isolated and windswept, and can see, at once, the large collection of windmills the "Goethe" passengers have come to see. Relieved, I also see the Idi, and know that Patty must ...
Mark's impression of what our trip will be like. On our trip to the Netherlands I think I might see water and a lot of it, and some family. At Disney we might see some roller coasters and lots of games. I am really looking forward to Disneyland, Paris and staying at the Centreparc holiday homes. The flight to Singapore was very long and very boring. I watched 5 movies. The food tasted average. When we got to Singapore I was very tired and it was a very big airport with lots ...
... pump, which didn't work anymore. We figured out the pump itself actually works, but the switch that controls it is broker. So we rewired the pump with a new switch inside the car. Problem solved!
Next up was the clutch which we felt was quite 'soft'. Being a mechanical clutch, we could do some tweaking. Now the clutch engages nicely 'in the middle' when releasing the pedal.
By now pretty much all important items were checked: oils and fluids, ...
... the ingenuity of man. After a leisurely breakfast Eileen and Simon helped to get us underway. As soon as we were on the river Lek we saw a barge come fast round a 90 degree bend from the adjacent river. The bargee performed an amazing skid turn skilful and practiced obviously. We spotted Rotterdam sky scrapers in the mist. Eileen and Simon took turns on the helm for the next couple of hours avoiding ...
... we were cooking a couple of days ago, the weather reminds me of Melbourne. The first stop was at Delf, a Dutch picture postcard old town at the half way mark. Delf is famous for its Delfware Pottery, (blue stuff) 11-13th century town square and houses, its association with the Dutch Royals and the painter Johannas Vermeer. It is also famous for an explosion in the gunpowder store on 12 Oct 1654 which ignited 30 tonnes ...