Hampshire Hotel - Avenarius
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Actually, someone else gave me some more gladioli, and Mona stuck them in my pack. The top of them kept bobbing over the front of my hat in and out of view. I was starting to feel quite seasick. Rein and Marianne also gave us some more gladioli later, but we both forgot to take them with us when we left for home.
The last three miles are always the longest. We expanded the 'spot the nationality' game into a ...
... of the 'hills', a troop of US soldiers came along side. One African American soldier was whooping and drumming up cheering from everyone he passed. His energy was infectious, but a little overwhelming. Falling in step with one of his company a few men further back, I asked if he was always that enthusiastic. The young man replied that he'd been yelling and hollering at everyone for three days straight! I was exhausted just looking at him! Eventually, I got ...
... This time, I decided I would get the blisters treated early. As I mentioned before I was carrying a lot more weight this time, hence prevention of damage was important. So, around 10 miles, I took a break at the Rode Kreuz and an Englishman called Bob patched up my left foot with layers of plasters, and gave me some cotton wool for the other foot as padding.
A few mile further on, I fell into conversation ...
... light and fluffy. (That is not to say anything about how we acquired the olliebollen which was sitting innocently half-eaten on a table waiting for us; don't worry, it was still warm and fresh!) We also bought chunk of aged cheese, which was absolutely amazing. We have delighted in it many times since then. Near the end of the afternoon we decided it was time for some ice cream! Eating organic all the time can be just a little much, so we bought a liter of ice cream at a ...
... They have a great pace of work here, it so relaxing, but we still get a lot done. We have done a lot of weeding in the garden, mowing grass, cutting hedges, planting little plants, building a clay house, or cobbing a straw house, as they would say it, and a large variety of other farm tasks. A typical day on the farm... Wake up 7:00, do some journaling, 8:00 breakfast, work till 11:00, coffee break, (or tea, they have some amazing homemade tea here, ...