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... is a traditional Dutch way of having hot chips, they are served with lots of mayonaise and you eat them with a little fork. I have been wanting these since I got here. On our way to Breda we stopped at a windmill, a man was working on restoring the mill stone. This windmill was used to make flour. He showed us though the mill and told us how it all worked. We got to climb all the way to the top of the windmill. The stairs were very steep, Mum ...
Although the modern city has engulfed the area surrounding the windmills, the vast field of towering fans was large enough that it didn't seem smothered by recent construction. As we walked the canals up and down the line of mills, it didn't take much to imagine how this place must have looked centuries earlier. It was a great way to start our trek through the Netherlands and we look forward to seeing what else the country has in store for us over the next few days!
... It is really a small world Rien and I were walking in a shopping centre in Rotterdam and I walked past a woman,and I thought I knew her ,the woman thought the same thing,we both turned around at the same time and it was a lady who had stayed at our home in 2003 Tini she was shopping with her granddaughter Angelique,we could not believe it,here we are from the other side of the world and we by chance met in a shopping ...
... word that that actually makes sense! It's an apple turnover, and it was yam yam.
It's going to be hard to say goodbye to our family and to see this amazing trip come to an end. Thank you all for coming along with us on this adventure. It has been a lot of fun writing this blog and sharing our photos. Tomorrow Jan will be back to being John/Flip--and me? I'll be reliving these wonderful memories...and dreaming about our next big adventure!
Oct 26, Sat: KINDERDIJK is a village located at the confluence of the Lek and Noord rivers in the Netherlands with of a large network of windmills to control flooding. In the 13th century, large canals were dug to get rid of the excess water in the "polders." ...