Hampshire Hotel - Landgoed Stakenberg
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... up until midnight finishing them.
Adia's actual birthday was lovely. She turned 10 on 2 May and we had a party at the house. First of all, Dutch people eat cake first. I'm very supportive of this tradition. Then Anabel (who had just returned to the Netherlands a week or so before) and I made some appetizers and hung out for most of the day. Finally we all went out to a lovely sushi dinner.
And, the next day I left for a week holiday in IRELAND!
... out. We walk down to the arena main entrance and look around the Ajax merchandise shop before booking in for lunch, no tour as they only do that on weekdays. Lunch was an adventure, Beef Cappachio....surprisingly nice. Then Guinea Fowl, Alf thought it had a strong flavour, I thought it tasted like pork, dessert was a coffee flavoured milk shake...yummy. alf chatted to our waitress and asked for a latte she said sure no problems, once ...
Despite the festivities, I was fading fast due to my sleepless plane ride, so I went to bed at 22:30. I was woken several times by a large amount of loud fireworks. Apparently from 6pm-2am on 31 January is the only time that fireworks are legal in Holland. Therefore everyone goes nuts with them.
I woke up the next morning around 10:30. Clearly my body still needs to get used to the time difference. Adia's friends had stayed ...
... were a year and 3 days apart) so she could show me how to properly meet Sara (as we call it in Holland). Boy what a party with Rusty, Adrie and Vera flying in for the occasion. I even made it to the dance floor with cousin Imro! And I got to meet Adrie’s love of his life Vera for the first time then.
Soon after I learned about Moira’s illness and closely followed the ups and downs via Adrie
and via Facebook. Although it seemed to turn for the ...
... free feeling of not having to wear a helmet.. They also have a brilliant bike lock system directly attached the bike iteslf, but for the most part, its simply a trust system and bikes are rarely stolen, or at least thats what we've been told... Also, there are NO hills here and bikes really only need one gear.
In the evening of our date of arrival, we were fortunate enough to have come in time to watch the football game between Holland and Costa Rica. Instead of ...