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on a Turtle rescue project on the island Tioman near the coast of
Malaysia called the Turtle Sanctuary.
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... up with the faster riders, but I did OK keeping up. When the main pack went faster, I coasted and had Caroline take me into the Hagge. It was such a nice ride into this city. I also finished my longest ride ever at 80km. I then walked through the town seeing the royal palace, many gardens and lovely shoppes. We had an excellent dinner at a local restaurant and then was fast ...
... and stopped to have lunch. Menu all in Dutch, can't understand a thing! Ordered a croque Monsieur as we remembered that from France last time. We thought the waitress was a bit brusque, , and we were proved right when a group of Chinese tourists came in and were trying to order. They only had one girl who could speak English, and they were pointing to the food on our plates to say what they wanted. The waitress said this wasn't working, did they have anyone who ...
... successful, built his barn on his own, and started dairying. He already gets fined for over-producing milk. In the Netherlands, there is a milk quota for how much you can produce. If you produce too much over or under that quota, you get fined. It's very different than the United States, where you strive to produce ...
... a palace at all, just had the fašade. The area was spectacular and nothing like what we had expected.
After about a half hour, we met up with Berit. She then took us on a walking tour of the town. We started on the boardwalk where we learned that the man who designed and built up the area died a year before it was complete. Also that they kept the beach from eroding by pumping sand from the ocean and bringing it closer to shore which would ...