Bastion Hotel Tilburg
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After a warm bath, overthinking everything, I am now writing this last blog. We had a long but good trip back home. And got picked up at the airport by my granny and dad, was happy to see them! What an amazing 3 weeks.. I've been on a roller coaster of emotions, I have been incredibly homesick while feeling very grateful to be there at the same time. You can all read in our blog what we've been doing, but what did I feel during all of this? ...
... if I don't feel like I deserve everything i have and am given. I can wish to give my opportunities to someone else but unfortunately I can't. I've been thinking about family and how I'm much too far from mine, I'm living my life, but not really living, I have my things, my friends, my apartment, always busy, always working, but I could be doing so much more. Im an escapist, I dance, horse ride, paint, it's almost like a distraction, I've been living so out of touch with everything ...
... lot to take pictures. After lunch it was too windy - everything was blowing around. Then I saw a windmill and up I ran. There were quite few throughout the countryside. At 3 we toured the Kinderdijk village of windmills. There are 19 that are working. The people who live in the windmills, live for free ...
We docked in the village of Kinderdijk this morning and toured the 19 windmills here. There use to be 10,000 windmills in The Netherlands but only 1,000 left. The reclaimed land, ponder, is produced by several windmills working together and pump the water into the surrounding river making the ponder below the river level and contained by dykes. The ponder is now pumped by a modern pumping station and the windmills ...
So our week in The Netherlands has come to an end. Our flight was in the evening back to Sweden, so we had literally an entire day to kill, except we had no real idea about where to kill it. We could kill it in Eindhoven where the airport was, or we could kill it in Tilburg. The reason why Tilburg was an option was because we had a friend there. For those of you who read my articles about my trips to Russia and the Lund festival you ...