Delta Hotel Rotterdam
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... you couldn't move for people. It lasted about 10 minutes. We got soaked just getting to the shop. After we left Madurodam we went for a drive to see the major dyke system of Holland. They are huge and each gate can be opened or shut to control the sea from entering Holland. It was a very windy day and we could see how the gates worked as the sea was rough and they had half of them closed. We drove across 3 dykes on our trip. By ...
on a Turtle rescue project on the island Tioman near the coast of
Malaysia called the Turtle Sanctuary.
In Australia we travel mostly by car. We hired a 4WD to make travel off
road and through rough terrain possible. In South-East Asia we will
mostly travel by plane, train, ferry and on foot to get the ...
... and took in as many sights and sounds as we could. It was Greg's second visit here and Wendy's first. We've enjoyed the stopover in The Hague, loved how easy it was to explore both on foot and on the bike. Maybe when all the construction is finished it will be even nicer city to visit. For dinner we revisited the same Chinese restaurant as last night, when you're on a good ...
... the milking robots, with free-flow to the milkers. Dry cows were housed in pens in front of the milkers. The barn was very clean, and had all the Lely ammenities, including cow brushes and manure scrapers. There was one cow that was a lineback, looked kinda like a Randall. She was gorgeous.
The farmer didn't think her English was very good, but she was actually excellent.
... only to turn around and return- seems out boat driver had a key someone needed! Third time lucky and we are away.
We are provided with headphones which give us plenty of information about tulip growing as well as the history. The bird life around the canal is prolific and we see quite a few ducklings out and about with mum. The fields of flowers are superb and you certainly get a different perspective from the canal.