Badhotel Domburg - Hampshire Classic
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Saturday 30th August 2014
The rain was pouring down when we woke up and it looked like it was set in for the day. Even though wet we decided to do one long trip straight to Bergen op Zoom 25 miles approx as forecast is no better as the moorings are cheaper than at Middelharnis at €18.
John went to the supermarket for one or two essentials, gin being one of them! The supermarkets of Holland are ...
... afford to live here." Back to the ship for a disembarkation briefing from Nick, our Cruise Manager and then to lunch. It is a beautiful day, so the four of us went to the top deck & enjoyed the sunshine and view as we cruised to Kinderdijk. We arrived at the dock at 3:00 and on arrival went on a self-guided tour of Kinderdijk. We first saw a movie about the town and its 19 windmills. We walked along the water to ...
... all different kind of internships. Like I could do my internship in Curaçao in a diving school, but I am not that sportive. Or I could do my internship in Florida in a hotel as an receptionist, but I thought I wouldn't like it. I also could do my internship in Turkey as an hostess, but for that I needed my driving license and I don't have it yet. So I choose to do a internship on a camping in Europe. But I had not had enough choices, so I have to choose what kind of work I want to ...
Wow, it's nearly over.
Had a good nights sleep last night and we got going in good time this morning. Only 50 miles to do to get to the Hook of Holland port, so an easy driving day today. We stopped about a mile away from the port to get the car in to the van and weirdly found the same spot we got it out of the van nearly two weeks ago. It feels almost like we were ...
... get home. The parking places in Belgium are very sophisticated and they have green or red lights above the spaces to show whether they are free or not and each space has a number and each floor/area has a colour and an animal. So I was in green, rabbit 2.28. What a clever way to ensure people will remember at least one of those markers.
Once out of the car park I had to use the sat nav to identify where I was in Brugge. I wasn't that far from ...