Carlton Square Hotel
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... active ministry and service. We walked some more, to the larger canal, and a several hundred year old wind mill. We wanted to take a canal cruise, but had missed the last one of the day. We crossed a bridge that earlier today we had seen pivot to create two lanes in the canal--fascinating. In Haarlem we have only seen a few houseboats, but there are many good-sized runabouts tied up along the canals. (Amsterdam's canals, seen from the bus, had many houseboats, ...
This is my third time to Africa in the last two years. I continually ask myself the question: how do I afford it? There is no set answer. I work extremely hard fundraising and saving money, on top of that I am very lucky. As I have mentioned in previous blogs, my auntie lives in Reading so I usually sleep over hers the night before and she takes me to Heathrow in the morning. I travelled up to hers on the 29th December in order ...
... bikes around. I love it here. Dinner in Volendam, on the coast, which was so still it was almost a mirror. Very picturesque town again, and the sunset over the water and boats looked amazing. Back to the city for a canal cruise with an open bar! The guide was very informative, telling us about some buildings around, the canals, houseboats, and fun facts about the Netherlands. Shown some houses that are on a lean at random angles. Apparently they're ...
... as you would in England with the (possibly related) Thames
barges, but here on this coast the number of them is simply extraordinary!
Our final purchase was a couple of cups of
lemonade from this bunch of kids- Kids are just the same wherever you travel.
These villages up here ...
... Flowers in flower boxes on buildings and bridges. Flowers for sale at stalls tulip bulbs galore.
Had lunch in a little deli down a couple of steps, greeted with breads of all kinds, pastries including lemon meringue, strawberry pies. Guess what we had? Pea Soup and bread!