Cape Helius Beach Hotel
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... next you, hahaha... have to laugh now that I remember some of the characters there in the sauna,guess will remember that for the rest of my life.
I drove back to our sweet attic and wile Cindy worked a bit on the computer, I fixed some toast con queso de cabra, aguacate, pepino, pimiento y sesami spread. After, I put the decks on my boards and started to write... 2:30am good night!
... I had arrived quite early, I quizzed the hostel manager on where to go for dinner and what to do tomorrow, then went to jump back on the bike to see Rotterdam. Except it was now absolutely pouring, even harder than before, and this rain had come out of nowhere - I hadn't even covered the bike! I ran out in the rain and put the cover on while getting saturated - better late than never - then sat in the hostel wondering what to do with myself. I figured I was planning ...
... the other,they do not have any water problems like we have and the farmers are prosperous and like all farmers work very hard to make a living. Half of Holland is below sea level sometimes we walked on the road and the water in Chanel on the other side of the dyke was above our heads it was amazing ,it is hard to believe that some areas where people live has been reclaimed from the sea. We stopped at Haringvliet and there were hundreds of people with their ...
... It was very peaceful and reminded me of the sand dunes at Seaspray, Victoria. Next we came to the town of Lisse, renowned for its bulb fields and Keukenhof, which is one of the world's largest flower gardens. It has over 7 million flower bulbs and we got to see them. The gardens were magnificent and I didn't realise tulips and daffodils came in so many shapes and sizes. Rob and Em let me drag them around for 2 hours and then ...
... a beautiful city this is. The bridges are VERY low however and each time we had to duck down to keep from bumping our heads, yes EVEN me! We saw the mill where Rembrandt's father worked and found out that when Rembrandt was born, the midwife yelled to the father, who was at work across the canal, and asked him what they should name his son. At the time, the wind was fiercely blowing and he replied, "I can't hear you my wheel is burning" which translates to ...