Delta Hotel Rotterdam
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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 ...
... that we had only been given one bike, he went back to check and found the second key. The GPS however, was missing. Brian, not surprisingly said we didn't need a GPS and just to cancel it. I agreed and so I sent off an email requesting that they cancel the GPS order.
Reading the instructions for the first day of biking, I noticed that the starting point was another hotel altogether. Not only was the hotel nowhere close to where we were staying, ...
... sat outside and had a drink. It was a bit overcast and the wind was cold. I was glad that I had gone back and got my coat, maybe the bird **** was good luck after all? After this we walked to the SS Rotterdam. This was the former flagship of the Holland America line and it is now a hotel stationed in the port. It is open to the public, and you can walk through the whole ship. We sat on the sun deck and had a drink of wine, then went for a ...
... for the evening. Had to change rooms......finally settled in. Not a great place to stay....really capitalising on their proximity to Keukenhof and they are a conference centre, so it speaks to that really. We went out to the seaside town of Noordwijk at the end of the day for a walk along the ocean which was a nice end to the day
... in with the waves and tides. When we got to the end of the boardwalk, we went through the fishing pier. Most of the boats were out but it was fun to look at the ones in there and learn where the
best shrimp come from. Apparently it comes from a company that only sells to restaurants and locals. Berit then took us to have a Dutch delicacy, herring. We ate it the traditional Dutch method, head and innards removed, complete with tail which had ...