Golden Tulip Hotel De Reiskoffer
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This morning started with packing and what a task that is. This was interspersed with morning tea visits from Cor and Jeanne, Meike, Ellen and Wessel, Willeke and Milan and Fenneka. It was nice to be able to say goodbye to these guys. Emma, Oma and I are cooking a kiwi roast dinner tonight as a thank you for Wim and Ria. Em and I prepared all the bits for dinner and early afternoon once the visiting and packing was finished Wim took Opa, Emma, Mark and I to the Tractor and Truck ...
Today Oma, Emma, Ria and I went to the IKEA store while the boys went to see some huge glasshouses. IKEA is massive and has some awesome bits in it. It's a shame it's not in NZ. After lunch the 5 of us went visiting Bart and Cor and Jac and Jo ...
Today we packed up and headed back to Rossendale hospital for a check up of Mark's arm. It is all going well. He has a greenstick fracture and the cast is only for pain relief more than actual bone placement. He got a new green lighter cast today and no longer has to wear his sling so that has made him happier. After this we went back to Wim and Ria's (our second home) for lunch and an afternoon catching up on washing and general organisational things. Tonight we went to ...
... a meesagefrom
Adriaan with “I am open 24 hours and yu can arrive any time yu want. I left
Munich at 2 pm and arrive at 9.45 pm in Lierneux in the beautiful Ardennes just
north of Lucxembourg. With one more week to go I had just enough time to vist
most of my friends, and ended the ride in Lelystad where a most beautifull
sunset complemented the sunset of my journey in Europe.
I am on my way to Australia once again but first a stop
in Vietnam for a few ...
Day 5 was a bit of a disaster really due to mechanical issues ( blisters the size of melons) I got the rather fantastic Dutch train to Haarlem, now any of you that have not travelled by train in holland should do so at some time as I personally view it as the eight wonder of the world.its everything the British railway isn't, it's clean, air conditioned, special carriages for bikes, it's punctual ...