Bilderberg Hotel Wolfheze
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Travel Blogs from Wolfheze
... driveway of the camper company for 2 nights to get organized, sleep off the jet lag, and get settled in the camper. (Dishes, sheets, unpack, groceries, etc.)
we will take our first baby steps out into the world by finding a place near Amsterdam to see the sights.
stand by for the European chapter of the adventures of Barbara and Harry.
The adventure continues.
... s bike, she learnt quickly how to sit on the back of a bike before she could ride her own)
* looking out for bikes as there are more of these than humans
* cycling through streets, windmill fields, the red light district and down canals
* eating snacks such as frickendale special, bitter balls and stroopwafles
* short travelling times between major cities (Amsterdam > Utrecht = 30 ...
... was quit rainy that day). After that we went off back to the North.
The next day I went to Tamarin with Jochem, Marlies, Lara & Anouk for dolphin swimming!! It was so cool it where wild dolphins and just swimming right under you. Also the famous sound you could heard. One of my favorite things! And after trying it in New Zealand where we didn't saw dolphins I was so happy to see them! After that we went for snorkeling and we saw Ile aux Benitiers ...
The next day, we spent some time in Utrecht city center with Chanan's mother Hennie.
... cookie recipe.
After dinner, Camille's dad took us to quite an amazing play in Amsterdam. It's a french play titled "C'est du Chinois" which translates to something similar to the expression "It's all Greek to me," noting the seemingly futile pursuit of communication when there are language barriers. During the play, not a word of English, Dutch or French was spoken, but rather the audience learned Mandarin Chinese. The fictitious Chinese family moved to Amsterdam ...