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... are chained, so lots of times they are painted really ugly to make them less attractive to thieves.
When we arrived in Delft, we went to the tourist information office and got a map which was not very useful. Corrie and Jan were trying to figure it out while Marieke and I just followed along. We ended up seeing most everything. We took a ride on the canals, and I took a lot of pictures. Jan took one too of a famous bridge ...
... on the plane and arriving in the terminal building it was gone. The strap was faulty, so not surprised in some respects, but disappointed as it was a leaving present from work.
When we arrived home we discovered that we had lost weight instead of putting on as we had expected, so we are going to continue with our gin and tonic, wine, beer, cheese and fresh bread diet!
We bought a folding table to use outside and put it to good use for our ...
Now it’s a stupid system and none of this is written anywhere in English but I worked it out quite easily, a little guess work, a little translation, a little help from locals who looked like they knew what was going on. I’ve come to realise these things aren’t really important. As long as you have a bit of money and your wits about you, you can get yourself anywhere in the world. To make sure you always have money you just need to work hard, and to ...
We drove to Breda (following maps) after we found our luggage. I talked to a french guy who was also waiting for his luggage. I love the diversity of all the people. I like to hear them all speaking different languages, and just looking at them and the way they look and the way they speak and the way they dress.
Could not stay awake in the car. I should have listened to Ean. But I saw the neautiful countryside here and there.
We went to look for ...
... as it is only suspended from one end. We continued up the river until we reached a canal that led back into the city and to the old city harbour. There is now a museum there and visitors can clamber all over an array of ships and canal boats that were used to transport heavy goods all around the canal network. Poppy had fun there as she seemed to find both mouse sniffs and a couple of little ones to try and chase. As ...