Hampshire Hotel - Mooi Veluwe
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... and flat. There were no fences, just waterways to separate the cattle. Interestingly the sheep all had tails and all seemed very healthy to me. The bicycle paths were largely unissued our entire day, and we did not pass one other tourist. Amazing! Yesterday I had a feeling of absolute love for Amsterdam. It is so free thinking and environmentally friendly. My favourite music plays everywhere and people are so very friendly. This trip to the countryside added to my ...
... old and then her son has taken over. Their biggest holiday was Queens day and now is Kings day where everyone paints themselves orange. Orange is the royal colour and it is because William Orange from France came to the Netherlands to set up the royal family and the family now is the Orange family, similar to in England the Windsor family. They have farming and dairy farming. This is of course to make their world famous cheese. Their neighbours next door use ...
... There was enough time for a wee wander along the wharf and the marina before we boarded a boat to Marken. Initially I sat with a family from Saudi Arabia (mum with her 4 children and one grandchild). They had lots of questions about NZ - but first we had to clarify that NZ wasn't part of Australia! Cruising out from Volendam was pretty special - it's a unique little town (population 2000), so despite being cold I chose to ride in the open deck to ...
... We finished our beer and rode through downtown Bussum before going home. This has been the best part so far, mostly because we were doing as the locals would do and it was definitely something I could see myself doing longer term!
Mindfulness Moment: On the way home, I rode my bike without hands and closed my eyes (don't worry, it was a local street with no cars coming!). The bikes sound so neat on ...
... their bikes all over. The next day we made the half hour train ride to Amsterdam. Our first impression of the layout of Amsterdam reminded us a lot of Venice, only with a lot more bikes! It made sense too considering most of the country is actually below sea level. But the old town area of Amsterdam is lined with canals and hundreds of bridges scattered throughout the area. Armed with our map we snaked our way through the streets, making our first stop at ...