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... drove off to find the local camping site. Thank goodness for TomTom.
Peter did really well driving the van, though we did enter the petrol station the wrong way. We got to the camp site and started to organize things. The bed pulls down over the front seats. There we found the pillows and things she told us to use...ewwww. We ended up filling the skip with all the things in the van that we couldn't use. Spent all the time cleaning and sorting. We hadn't ...
Utrecht's a quick ride by train from Amsterdam, and as Ben had lived there for a month several years back, we decided it made sense to go visit. The weather today was much cooler than it has been, with intermittent light rain showers -- a welcome change of pace.
There's not much to say about today, though we had a great time. We followed a walk laid out in our guidebook, which took us along the canal, to a thirteenth-century church, and over the to the cathedral. The ...
We are allmost ready to to go. The bags are packed and stuffed into the car.
After going through The Netherlands, we are going to drive through Germany, Austria and Slovenia before we reach Croatia.
We hope to reach Nurnberg when we stop for the night. Please let the traffic be light :-) No traffic jams...
Well... better get ready!
... plane you immediately smell the African air, so many memories came back to me. Catherine and I proceeded to customs, I was shocked how small Harare ‘International’ airport was! It would have been impossible to get lost when you compare the specs of Heathrow. As Catherine was white Zimbabwean, she went straight to the residents’ section and went through a lot quicker than myself. I happened to be at the back of the queue ...
... for 150 years – the cursed stones weren’t even touched. The church complex looks considerably different these days to the original layout. Tijs also said a unique factor of the Dom Tower is that it was built from the inside out. On each level you can spy a man-hole in the roof where they hoisted up materials for construction.
We stopped off halfway at the bell level, where Tijs rang all the bells with a mallet – so loud they make your insides vibrate! ...