Hampshire Hotel - 's Gravenhof Zutphen
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... woman, who seemed to be struggling. At first she seemed slow, but then the music started again and she was swinging us all over the place, pulling on our arms and cheering wildly, which was all a bit hard to deal with. I mouthed to Mona "I think she's recovered!" and we melted into the crowd.
One of the games we play when we are walking is trying to spot new nationalities each day. We had spotted Samoa earlier, but towards the ...
... out on ibuprofen. At one point I sat on a wall and actually cried - the sort of tears that spontaneously leak out of your eyes but with no emotion attached.
Shortly after this, two sisters from Rotterdam grabbed me by the arms and pulled me the last mile to get over the finish line by 15.25. I don't think I will be doing the foot-rub thing again. Keep your boots on until you're home, I've learnt. I celebrated completion of another day with an overpriced cornetto.
I had what is laughably called a 'late start', which meant I crossed the starting line at ten past six in the morning. Jolanda had secured an early start and was presumably many miles ahead of me, so I plugged myself into my MP3 and listened to some of the new albums my eldest daughter had provided me with just before I left. The Emile Sande collection was particularly fine.
I love the second day of the walk. It takes you through lots of woodland and past lakes. I ...
... day with John is an orange polo shirt with the logo "King of beer (Type cast again) and Isi wore a nice orange T-shirt, sparkly trilby hat and a feather boa in orange with red, white and blue at the bottom. Spring Tide didn't miss out as she was dressed overall with a 10 metre length of orange bunting. We also decided to fly our own flag as John attached a Union Jack to his rucksack to know we were British and joining it with ...
... atsara, fried chicken, rice, vegetables. While walking in Herderwijk we did lots ...