CountryHouse de Vlasschure
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Sailed at night into Bruinisse and took a bus to the delta works, which were built to protect against flooding when there are severe storms. Then a walk through the quaint town of Veere. Tonight we had a special dinner in a small dining room (the Leopard) with just 20 ...
... the main canal and nothing in sight, John said "it's not busy for the waterway motorway" and then it went daft with loads of barges great and small with several gas barges (with blue cones on to denote they are carrying dangerous cargo) were also putting in an appearance as well as a few cruisers. When we reached the Volkerak we saw yachts in full sail having a great time as the wind was just right for them, and we were a bit envious.
We turned into ...
... of the padded seats covers are mild to insignificant but we convince ourselves they were worth the 7 euros each! Now for the return leg. Only another 24.3km to go. We bump into a pneumatic lycra clad maiden at a DIY hand wound ferry crossing over a canal. A very pleasant young lady reminiscent of a tele-tubby wrapped in cling film but I suspect more than capable of kick starting a 747 and cracking walnuts with her thighs! Fortified by ...
... final day of sightseeing in mind, we caught the bus back to the site. Unfortunately, half way through the journey it developed a fault and the driver had to contact the depot to send a replacement vehicle, so not good given our initial impression of the service. The site filled up yesterday, due to the weekend, I guess, but quite a few have moved off this morning. Anyway, about to get ourselves sorted for Bruges day ...
The same person Jan, who took this picture is traveling along with his wife Nel. He is going to do the entries in Dutch. I'm also hoping to get a different view of many things American by having both their input on this blog.
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