Hampshire Hotel - ArcHotelZeeland
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... do the trick?
We navigated across the Haringvliet to the entrance for Middelharnis. We came along the very long canal branch thinking should we moor here or there, but found ourselves at the end and in the middle of the village itself with an ideal mooring right in front of us. It was a part quayside and box mooring which John squeezed us into, and ideal for the shops etc. being in the middle of what turned out to be ...
... than 1000 and another with the world's biggest.
We watched a film on the laptop that night called About Time, a romantic comedy with a parting message to live every day as best you can, finding the good in it etc etc. Next morning we woke up to the fridge not working and the van leaking from the heavy rain. Was it bad luck that this all happened after the film or good luck that we'd watched the film the night before to help us get through ...
... This all takes a while since we have to re-acquaint ourselves with the equipment – we have to rediscover the 'camping routine’.
*Another law of inverses – the smaller the place, the greater the importance of putting everything back into its proper place. The trouble is remembering where we put everything when we packed. We’ll get quicker weare sure.
*It is World Cup time of year - we watch ...
going to be a challenge.
With this blog I hope to create an account of this period of my life and
also to use it as a way to keep my friends and family posted. I will be writing
in English, mainly because it’s good practice, but also because it’s more
accessible to others who might be interested in reading about my first year as
a TEFL teacher.
Visited Zierikzee today which is a very old city with city gates protecting it with a bell tower and gates with a water moat surrounding it. The bell tower is the oldest in Holland. Very old buildings, which are so narrow and the same as the streets. Markets in centre of town where I bought a freshly made giant stroopwafel, which was delicious. Had kibbeling (fish) for lunch in quaint fish shape bowls. Also found another poffertjes place but not ...