Golden Tulip Oosterhout Hotel
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... and became a much better day. At lunch time we came across the town of Nieuwegein that was holding a street fair and market, so we quickly moored up and had a good walk around picking up some bargains. Isi got 3 serving spoons; John got the Mrs Doubtfire DVD and a watch for €5; Eileen got a Rummikub game for €0.95 (absolute bargain – and complete as we checked it later), a picture and bowl. At one point John, who had no money left ...
... we had a fascinating few hours seeing plenty of boats (both old & new), canals, ports, bridges, interesting architecture, parks and gardens, street sculpture, towers and one lonely church. Compared to the many we have seen previously on this tour the church was relatively small and modest. It does have the oldest (1622) bronze statue in Holland within its forecourt. It's of Erasmus, from Rotterdam, a famous 15th ...
... turned out o.k. Came home then and went to buy some fish for dinner. 7 euro for 5 pieces of battered fish, which was very nice! With a home made salad. after dinner, Michael went to a mates place to watch the soccer game, and Tristan went out as well, so we had a nice, early night. Except that, every time Holland scored, there was a great hullabaloo I the street outside. Consequently we knew what the score was by the time the game was over, and we could guess that Holland had ...
... We walked around the whole park that boarders the coast (again similar to clear lake) and then sat up camp to have a picnic. We then grabbed some bitterbalen, a traditional Dutch food....it literally tasted like deep fried raw dough with mystery meat. Not the most appetizing but hey you have to try things once. We then walked all the way home and parked ourselves on the bean bags outside and chatted with fellow travellers and locals ...
... all the tours I have planned and would be sad to loose any of them. If I had a choice I would offer Punta Este or Montevideo for Port Stanley. But, it's not up to me.
So I am watching this sailing (at present they are in the Antarctic region) and the one after that (the January 10 sailing which is the one directly before ours) very closely.
I sure hope we get to call on the Falklands. But I don't want to miss Ushuaia either. Politics. I could do without. ...