Carlton Oasis Hotel
Travel Blogs from Spijkenisse
... local delicacies, including fermented mare’s milk. I passed. We were also introduced to the “bones” game. This is not a game for vegetarians, played as it is using the ankle bones of sheep, but fabulously addictive and I was apparently the first tourist ever to beat the super competitive Okka. No letting the guests win here! When we were back in Ulaan Baatar we managed to buy a set of bones, so if you fancy trying to end my 100% ...
I will begin this story with Friday morning, May 4.
That was our final day in our rental cottage. Checkout time was 10:00 am and boy did they stick to that! At exactly 10:00 a cleaning lady yelled "clean the room????" Fortunately she granted us that extra 30 seconds to carry our suitcases outside and into Ellen's car - very generous indeed! After dropping off our dirty linens and returning the key to the office and receiving ...
Keukenhof was the last destination of my last full day in Holland. I was excited to see tulips as it always reminded me of my mum who loves flowers. We went very early in the morning, though of course not on schedule (a common classic problem when travelling with Indonesians), to take a three hours drive to Keukenhof. Naturally I slept all the way through the journey, hey don't blame me if I can sleep in every ...
... the whole experience was highly profitable, and if the changes we've recommended for TOK get approval from the powers that be, I think that we will find that the course and services to teachers are greatly improved in the next round.
Haven't seen much of the town, of course. Wednesday night we took the tram across town to an Indonesian restaurant. One of our number lived in The Haag for 12 years, so we took his advice re: ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility