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... was a viewing platform and some interesting information about the construction process.
Our next stop turned out to be my favourite place today, Edam. I really did like the "quaintness" of the town. It was like stepping back in time, not like Zaanse Schans being set up for tourists, Edam really did have an old world charm about it. We walked through some of the older sections of the town for a while before boarding the coach to the next ...
... Cathay Pacific (total flight time 17h 20m)
Departure Manila - nov 23, 20:00h
Arrival Amsterdam - nov 24, 06:20h
This means the flight from Manila to Amsterdam takes 2h 5m shorter and I depart from Manila 19h 40m later when I take Cathay Pacific. So that's a (5h 5m + 19h 40m =) 25h 45m longer stay in the Philippines for 80 euro's more!
The next installment will cover our two days spent in Amsterdam, 30 minutes by silent high speed double decker train from Leiden. The buses and trains are so efficient and plentiful here that it was not worth hiring a car.
A couple ...
We got stuck in Amsterdam after Otterlo. As we mentioned in the last entry, we had to return to Amsterdam to get the automatic choke fixed as the van was hard starting. We stayed at Vleigevos Campground just north of Amstaerdam. Nice area, and within biking distance of the north side of the harbour which we did each evening. Weather continuing cold and rainy as it has been every day but the day of our arrival. We took ...
Monday 7th June
It was a horrible, wet, windy night and the morning was no better. Winds were blowing at 22 knots from the NW and visibility was right down in the driving mist and rain, as were the temperatures, it felt distinctly April-ish. There was no hurry to depart and indeed, apart from the €23.30 for another night, no reason for leaving, unless our book had arrived. We decided by mid-morning that it was not likely to and ...