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... Google of beautiful, medieval buildings and picturesque canals. I was absolutely amazed by the Oldehove and felt like a child in a candy store once arrived on the International airport of Leeuwarden. I checked my phone and took a few pictures to share on my thirty-three different social media WebPages.
Once I had arrived, I expected to see ethnic traditions being observed, Frisian people whom I could talk to and ...
... said he felt like someone had put an axe in his head (that would have been one of those darn injuns from last night) John cooked us bacon & eggs, then we decided to try for the earlier ferry. I drove!
Got on the boat with a few other teams, have just seen the forecast at home and it's not good. It looks like we've missed the heatwave. Damn. But we have seen some amazing sights, and done some really great things, made some good friends - ...
... useful (and fun!) it is to write blogs. So here is my 'gift' to you: a little overview of my journey in the last week.
So let's go in chronological order, shall we? The last post was June 18th, which was really only the beginning of adventures yet to come in Berlin. I was originally staying at a hostel in Mitte, but I also booked an airbnb in Kreuzberg, because lately hostels have been getting old. I love meeting new people, but my gosh sometimes it ...
... Because they have an amazing demonstration of a natural Maelstrom there. Apparently, in the year dot, some Dutch sailors saw this natural phenomenon off the bottom of the Lofoten Islands and gave it this name. There are a few maelstroms to be found, but one of the easiest to see is in the river near Bodo at Saltstraumen. It happens four times a day on each incoming and outgoing tide, and bonus is that there is a really nice Campground within ...
... see how the staff lived and worked. And then there are the gardens... ABSOLUTELY gorgeous. We have realised that we are visiting the UK at a great time – it’s springtime and the flowers are starting to bloom. We’ve seen daffodils, jonquils, bluebells (English and the interloper - the Spanish Bluebell), native garlic, rhododendrons in the most glorious colour! And there is still the rest of springtime and summer to go.
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