Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... cold night when the water is still warm. Last night Isi thought she was being bitten by "the muggens" but it was in the night that they started to itch! They must feel it is still summer too instead of autumn. We had a quick look around the small market and once we thought the fog had lifted enough, we cast off around 1pm, knowing we could come back if it was too thick out on the Volkerak. We got to the flood gates ...
Sometimes you just have to follow the path. Signs will given to you and you will just start a new adventure. This summer I will follow a part of Marco Polo's Silk Road through Uzbekistan and Kyrgystan. For many centuries the Great Silk Road connected a complex network of trade routes from Europe with Asia. It was a way to establish contact with the great civilizations of China, India, the ...
... sold food as well as beer. Then we went to a pub which was on the main corner, and watched the world go by. Very interesting. Chatted with a local lady.
We could book in at the ferry after 18.45. We booked in about 17.45 - and went straight onto the ferry. We'd read that boarding started 90 minutes before sailing, so we thought we'd have to sit in a lounge area (like at an airport). We had a huge cabin on deck ...
Long, straight, flat roads make for easy riding, right? Wrong! Looking out of the window, watching the clouds whizz by, I think to myself today is going to be really good or really bad. Still not having a clue which way I am facing means I won't find out til we start riding. But never the less, riding is easy and comforting, a form of meditation in its own way... Distance: 83km Cumulative distance: 1029 Best Convenience: awesome shoelaces Riding ...
... br> had to choose between a random job, that had nothing to do with my background
and interests, or an adventure which would definitely create new chances in the
future.So where am I going? Nanchang, which is the capital of the Jiangxi province.
The city has several million inhabitants and is big enough to be part of
China’s high speed train network. I already foresee a lot of ...