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Travel Blogs from Werkendam
... were ready to pass out.
The next day we got money exchanged and a couple of business errands out of the way and ended the day at chucks steak house with Jeff and Kandi (spelling). A couple with another sailboat back at Joe Wheeler St. Park. They have a time share in the area and we met up for some fun.
The next day we played tourist on the Ft. Lauderdale water taxi seeing ...
... and he said that this cold weather was really unusual and that normally it's in the low twenties and quite warm. Hoping they get some warm weather soon. It's been a long winter for them.
Next stop - Madurodam. What an amazing place. It's a miniature village not unlike Cockington Green in Canberra. We all enjoyed seeing Holland in miniature including a tulip farm, palaces and a working model of the canal lock system. The detail was incredible and we ...
... Some of them where chasing the dolphins..:s
- With the night dive we went up a little bit earlier because Lara had it cold and was a little bit afraid, she just had her padi so I can understand :)
- With the first wreck diving I touched they stonefish (a fish what is toxic)on the only place where you can touch it without you need to go directly to the hospital, otherwise you die. That was quit cool!
- Keep dreaming and follow your dreams!
... term hard sleeper is a bit of a misnomer as the beds aren’t hard at all, they’re very comfortable. However it’s an open carriage, so privacy is non-existent and the beds are stacked 3 high. Thankfully we are both pretty heavy sleepers!
There is little doubt what the main attraction in the Xian area is – the Terracotta Warriors. The warriors were discovered in the 1970’s by a farmer digging a well and are thought to ...
9th July 2012
We woke at 8am and all is well and in the same place. At 9am when we are getting ready to leave, we realise that we are moving rather than swinging and dragging our anchor and mud weight! We quickly started the engine and John lifted the mud weight first. When he lifted the anchor it revealed a tangled mess which he thinks used to be a plastic dinghy. We wondered ...