Haje Hotel Heerenveen
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... up camp we took our bikes for a short ride down to the dyke to look at the sea. The sea is very flat and very shallow. The rocks were covered in small mussels and close to the harbor there were oyster beds with huge oysters. The area is a holiday destination and is fantastic for sailing, kite boarding, cycling, bird watching and hiking.
And so back to camp for a braai with cold drinks.
Fantastic, at last we wake up to sunshine. A quick breakfast, some office work and off on an expedition to somewhere. I say somewhere since navigating this area is difficult. I think this is because everything is so flat and so it all looks the same. It is very easy to become disorientated and head back the way you already came. Today we decided to get clever and wrote down all the ...
In the morning we were greeted with overcast and coldish weather but decided to be positive and put on a T shirt and a light jacket and tempt the weather to do its worst. This ploy appeared to work for as we set off on our bikes for a long tour of the Friesan countryside, the sun began to poke its way through the clouds.
Our plan was to head south towards a Nature Reserve that showed lots of lakes and windmills on the ...
... br> challenged persons like myself have to either stand on tiptoe or be well endowed
in order to reach.
On the drive up we stopped at a monument at the start of the
dyke crossing the Ijsselmeer. Here a dyke that stretches in a straight line for
about 18kms separates the Ijsselmeer from the Wadden See. On the southern side
the water is fresh whilst the northern side is ...