Holland Hotel Hof van Twente
Travel Blogs from Hengevelde
... 7 minutes I was away when at the same time I could feel the first rain drops. Heading east the sky cleared somewhat until… the road went south before turning east again. During this short period the storm overtook me while riding on a freeway. I got very wet before I had a chance to stop to put on my waterproof gear.
Eddie took my wet jacket and hung it in the back yard. This is a man with foresight as he figured I would have left without ...
... together we drove half way around the world, in between all the good days we all had a couple of bad days, but that's okay because most importantly, we have had so much fun, it was very special and a great experience to spend so much time together in such a confined space (=car) and still enjoy each others company! The memories of this trip will always be with us!
... guided tour a miss and do it myself with the aid of one of the smaller books available at the tourist office.
Deventer is a nice town, the building I was in, used to be a weighing station where goods were taken to be weighed (obviously) traders could also check their own weights and scales for calibration. Outside the building, hanging on the wall, was a very large copper pot which has been recorded as having been used to boil oil in, ...
The first post... The first of many ones, I hope. And the first of a long journey.
Yesterday, I have taken my dark blue, surprisingly comfortable sitting (even with a weight of 12 kg) and expensive travelling companion home. It's a Gregory Deva 60 L.
I was happy and I hope that he will be a good companion :)
... owner presented us with the bill at 7.30pm, €1117. But we got to spend another free night on the forecourt.
Saturday 15 June
Raymon arrived with roll and croissants at 7.30am. Bade farewell to Raymon and said
we’d probably be back in about 2 months to have the bus serviced. What a joy to
feel the 6 litre horsepower again and being able to cruise at 100k.