Hampshire Hotel - de Eese
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... They are always willing to help and their Dutch language is close enough to Afrikaans that even I can understand them. The drivers of cars have a genuine respect for cyclists and always give way to us lessor mortals. When we are driving in our camper other road users are very considerate and courteous and so far "road rage" is unknown.
And so we rode and we rode and we rode. ...
... moments, as in we've been here before, we arrived back in camp 52 kms of cycling later.
Apart from navigation confusion, the whole experience was great, as the countryside is stunningly beautiful, with meadows filled with cows and sheep and canals everywhere. The Dutch people are extremely neat and tidy. The houses are all very well maintained with picture book gardens filled with Rhododendrons in various colours. ...
On an aside, it must be noted that the Dutch men are big
people. Many are well over 6ft tall and broad as well. I’m sure that this is
where our rugby playing genes originated. The problem is that it appears that
they think the rest of the world’s men are similarly built, to such an extent
that the pissiors/ urinals in the men’s toilets are so high ...
... the sunshine waiting for it (he'd warned us at length that it could take some time!) Whilst we waited, a group of a dozen or so lads turned up. We concluded they were a stag do as one was dressed up with a red neckerchief and dungarees that said I love Dora! They read out a list of instructions then all moved to outside the bank where they preceded to put on Gestapo ...
... the awning up (just) as it started to pour. Jon struggled on regardless with the finishing touches. Then time for a little guitar / photo upload / blog whilst Prego crashed out, exhausted. We had an amazing dins of our fave chicken curry and watched the Stardust movie. The rain did not stop and the poor awning was blown all over the ...