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... Germany and beyond. We passed ship builders, recycling centres, timber yards and Catherine's office along the shores of the river. We were amazed by Kinderdijk and its windmills, canals and the technology employed in draining that part of the Netherlands to reclaim the land. All of that area is a UNESCO heritage site. Coffee and cheese and ham toasties then back on the Water Bus to the ...
... really going to try keep this travelblog thing up to date and of course I am always available for skypecalls/ fb messages/ whatevs! :D Just shoot me a facebook message (don't really know what I'm gonna do phonenumber wise yet) and we'll work something out!
See you all in January!
ps I am sorry if our selfie is not featured on here; they were mostly pretty unacceptable so decided to go for the 'safe' family pics. They're available request however! :D
... I grab her hand and pull her, firmly, in the direction of the only sanctuary I can see. The Tower is still open, but not for much longer, if my assumption is correct. Earlier in the day, I'd noticed several times that visitors were being invited to climb the tower: there, presumably, to enjoy the grand vistas of the countryside afforded by the Tower's height and position. We dash into the Tower's ground-level door, straight past the startled guard and into the ...
Today it's my Birthday and it's a very beautiful morning, the sun is shining. We went to Oeverland Hollands Diep, we made a stop in Dordrecht to drink a beer and then we went to Strijen to take a diner and then to our campspot at Oeverland Hollands Diep. It's a very nice and quiet place, there lots of birds and sheeps. We also had company from another camper, it was nice to chat with him, he told us where we can find the nices ...
... new babies; as the children grow up they move up floors. The teenagers live at the top of the windmill, and then our guide told us that when there is no more room, they marry and move out. The Dutch are very practical people.
In these windmills the only room that is heated is the living room. Picture a small room filled with light from a large window; the table is placed in front of this ...