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Travel Blogs from Ternaard
... a lot, and I mean a lot, of dentures, grey hair and walkers. Seniors. They seems to be everywhere and unstoppable. Large families walked by of which I counted at least more than five generations. Because I did not wanted to give up my positive attitude right away, I found my way along the streets with majority of shops and people yelling "Kijken niet kopen!", whatever that means. My field of view was only focused on the giant ...
... introduced us to a drink called dark & stormy, (rum & ginger beer)
and later that night, well 3am, it certainly was, dark & stormy I mean. We had the loudest
thunderstorm I've ever heard, with forked lightening & torrential rain. The earth moved! We stayed dry. Our modifications have worked!
Saturday 28th June
Woke up to a soggy, but dry, morning. Originally heading for Ghent in Belgium, but later ...
... which turns out is as unique as my website research led me to believe. I wandered down Bergmannstraße, which is a street full of really cool and unusual shops and restaurants, bought some postcards and had lunch at Knofi. What makes this neighbourhood so interesting is that it is inhabited by 30% Turkish immigrants, which really has an influence on the shops and restaurants in that area - it was really cool to experience something like that in ...
... for the expedition ('Fram’) and after putting together a team, he set off. After nearly 3 years at sea, the boat reached land, but Nansen wasn’t on board. He had decided to set off with a companion and a number of sled dogs to attempt to reach the North Pole. Sadly he failed, but he did reach the most northerly latitude at that time (86°13.6’N). But he did survive almost a year on the Polar Ice and later produced books that were ...
... and it’s an experience that we won’t be in a hurry to repeat! The only benefit was that we arrived in Amsterdam early in the morning of 26 April, which is Koningsdag (King’s Day) and it would have to qualify as one of the craziest days! Everyone wears orange-coloured clothes, people seem to clear out their homes of old or useless stuff and sell it at roadside stalls. Lots of stalls where you can buy food, drinks, orange clothes and/or hats, ...
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