Hampshire Paping Hotel & Spa
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... walked to the main party area so I could see it and have a beer. It reminded me of the 7s in wellington. It was only 3pm but already the party was in full swing! I wish I had known about it earlier, we could've got a group together for the weekend! As we had 2 children with us we couldn't stay long so we headed back to Apeldoorn, cooked up some dinner and put the kids to bed. I felt completely fine when I went I bed but woke up during the night feeling so sick and I knew ...
In the Netherlands people also celebrate December 26. They call it "second Christmas Day". It's pretty much the same as the day before; there is lots of food. Most stores are closed and people spend the day with their family and friends.We're going for a bike ride to get some fresh ...
Today is Christmas! I'm so excited. There is a lot of food and yummy snacks. My oma's house is full with people. I have a great time. For supper we eat "gourmetten", which is where you get a little pan and you make the food yourself on a big hot cooktop that sits in the middle of the table. I believe you call it "raclette" in ...
Today the garbage truck came to pick up plastic only! My oma's town hands out special bags in which you can put ALL your plastic waste. So used sandwich bags, empty bottles, packaging etc. This big plastic bag gets picked up every week. You have to hang it off the lamp post, on one of the hooks. This way the garbage/plastic stays off the ground and mice and other rodents can't get in ...
... and combines. I thought that was really cool, since I only learned how to drive a tractor from the farm I used to work on. We saw a payloader putting grass in a bunker silo. It was odd to us, since we grow hay, but it is too wet in the Netherlands to grow hay, so they feed grass. It was a much brighter green and smelled like a mowed lawn, which was a different experience for us.
We also went into the barns were they store all the equipment. ...