Cape Helius Beach Hotel
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... than tourists. We each had the white fish with a basil sauce along with some stir fried vegetable and French fries. It was excellent.
Before returning to our hotel we took another stroll around the Markt Square which by now was quite empty. Most of these shops close up by 5 or 6 o’clock and the streets which were very busy in the afternoon are all quiet.
That stroll through the now quiet square was a wonderful way to end the day in ...
Today we started a bit late, I guess trying to catch up with rest. Woke up around 9am, made some oatmeal for both wile Cindy was working answering emails from our guest house Casa Aventura and the tour company ADVENTURE and waited for the satellite technician that was coming around 11am to connect it to the tv. Ok, the tech arrived and is working on the tv. This guy is hilarious!!! looks like he was taken out of the Phantom of ...
... their rag and tag market antiques and second hand clothing, all very interesting stalls were selling all manner of things. John bought a display cabinet for our glasses and Isi bought some beads that will act as curtain weights for our door net curtain.
After we had been right round the market we went for a meal and took the opportunity to catch up on emails, publish blogs up ...
... frikandel ,salami ,to name a few,also don't forget the famous Herrings with raw onion,on a bread roll or on their own yum yum and smoked mackerel on bread.So,So you can all see we are never hungry. On Monday evening went to our friendsJacquline &Haam's sons place to watch the football !Holland played Chilli everyone was dressed up in Orange ,as well as the homes of the people in the street.Of course Holland won, ...
... off to Leiden (well that's what we thought!). We spent most of the afternoon riding beside polders and had a ride on the ferry that takes cars and bikes from Buitenkaag across to Kagereiland (Kaag Island). It was nice on the Island apart from our next ferry being closed. On the way to Leiden we saw heaps of windmills, including one that was still working. One of them we saw was nearly 300 years old. We finally made it to ...