Best Western Hotel Nobis Asten
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Home is not a place.
We become homesick because we get attached to things that we love. Which are usually things that are familiar to us like the house we grew up in. But feeling homesick can also mean something else, people who travelled or lived abroad for longer periods of time might already know where I'm going with this.
I never experienced being homesick in my life. Ever since I was a little girl I loved ...
... My feet were a little sore, so I stopped for a while and took my boots off, giving them a long rest and a rub. I don't usually do this, I normally keep my boots on until the end, and I'm not sure if it was the wisest thing to do. Initially, setting off again for the final 7 miles, my feet felt better, but they soon deteriorated into abject pain, not from any blisters, but from the continual impact of foot on asphalt. The pain was really intense, and I was ...
... across the streets on wires. It looked rather fetching. I spent my entire sock budget for the year on a pair of super-fine L-R socks, while Mona searched for a whole lot of clothes. I got some playing cards for Eartha, who wanted some from Nijmegen. Other brands would not do.
I hoped soft socks would save my feet from destruction. In December I changed my medication, and ...
Comfortable night and a good breakfast plus a roll for lunch. We set off around 9oc and, by Lilli asking various people, found a good bike path, a former railway line, which went nearly to Krefeld, 10km from the Rhine. It took some time and more asking, to find our way through the town. We had to stop to eat as Lilli went wobbly with low sugar. The only place we could find was a car park in the Mercure Hotel. We sneaked in and had a quick picnic out of sight of ...
Ate our meagre breakfast, finishing our last remaining food-- muesli without milk, a few nuts and an apple. Muesli is ok with water. Very cold when we set off--gloves and parka weather. Found the track again and headed east with a tail wind, so we made good progress through farmland and little villages. Lots of horses, large and small, also miniature pigs, llamas and alpacas. The alpacas had been shorn and they looked like big poodles. At Grashoek we found a pub just opening up ...