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Emden is a sea port on the Northern coast of Germany very close to the Netherlands border.You can actually see the Netherlands on the other side of The Ems Inlet.The countryside is flat and easily water inundated which is why there are many dykes to keep water out and flat cycling tracks beside the dykes.Everyone has bikes. Because it has always been an important sea port ,70 years ago during World War 2, Emden was flattened by Allied ...
... offered to buy Tim, the student, a drink & change the money that way, but he had to study (a conscientious student) & told us to take the details from his card & transfer the money when
we could. What a hero! There ARE some good people around.
Got back to the car, where we'd parked alongside a dyke, on a grassy verge next to a few other vehicles only to find the others gone and a parking ticket for 82 euros on the windscreen. ...
... the Lofoten Islands – To begin with, let me say that neither of us had even heard of the Lofoten Islands but as we were driving north, many people recommended the Lofotens to us, so we thought that maybe Eirin knew what she was talking about!
Driving down the coast of Norway, we discovered firsthand how twisty the roads are and when you talk about the roads following the coast – they do! Sometimes not even a metre from the water ...
Our little treat to stay in a cabin for 2 nights in Stroe - a little village on the Northwest coast of Holland, proved to be a wise move-the rain set in-a steady soaking rain for the next 42 hours! We were very thankful for the warmth of indoor accommodation.
Setting up their tent in the rain was the lovely English family, Helen & Chris with their 2 boys-Thomas(13) & George (10). They were on a 6 day cycle tour of the Netherlands. Feeling their ...
... Park Corner. All the ceremonies today were hosted by the New Zealand High Commission but, for the first time, everything was done jointly with the Australian High Commission – apparently as a trial for 2015 (the Centenary Year of Anzac Day). Whilst we were waiting to catch the bus to Hyde Park Corner, another bus off-loaded a group of Australians and Kiwis, in fact we were surprised at how many people were at the Dawn Service. After we checked out of ...