Hotel de Abdij van Dokkum
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... from… a cultural delight. However, minutes later I found myself pushing through the crowds of tourists carrying bigger cameras than the size of their heads. No one, like literally no one looked like a typical Frisian local which I saw on the pictures of Google, unless they changed their appearance and wear socks in sandals, sunglasses and carry around a huge piece of chunk which is worth more than my house. Everywhere I looked ...
... a lot of miles, so it's a HUGE thank you to Spooky and Lucy who have put in many hours planning & scheming, and thanks to all the 'participants' who made it such fun. It's given us a taste for adventure & travel.....
We covered 4,400 miles so the Mobster done good!
Thanks for reading this, sorry it's been a bit sporadic sometimes. Until next time, here are some photos of our exploits, hope you've enjoyed it ;)
... to just go into a room where 5 other people arent sleeping. You know? (!!)! Anyways it ended up being absolutely lovely, and her roommate, who is German, gave me some tips on what to do.
So that day (june 19) I visited the Jewish museum. It was really well made, the architect is very inspired and created a masterpiece, really evoking the feelings of such a dark period in history in a way that I didn't know a museum could. Afterwards I ...
... even if you aren’t into walking). We were there for the morning outgoing tide and it was pretty cool to see. And then Nick got a bonus because he met a Danish guy who had a BMWF650 fitted with a sidecar. He had a lovely chat with the guy and took photos. The funny thing though was that when we reached out next campsite that evening, the same guy arrived there too! Mosjoen was another nice campground and we are starting to meet lots of ...
... this part of England, we discovered an Otter Sanctuary. That’s right, MJ is a sucker for Otters! After struggling with the English concept of directions, we managed to find it and arrived in time to observe Feeding Time. It’s only a small concern, but well worth a visit. They do some great work rehabilitating injured otters and releasing them back into the wild.
We had arranged to spend a few nights in Exeter and got rooms in one of ...
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