Hotel De Koepoort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... floor of the hotel. We were greeted by a waitress. "Table for 3?" "No thanks, we just came for a look." "Oh." And on that note we trotted outside to take some pics. The poor waitress probably didn't even realise we were staying at the hotel, she probably thought we were just being nosey. For dinner we went out to an Indian (the one Pete and Shona went to when they were here) the same lady was there, zooming about. ...
... himself, he is thus declared the victor in a knockout blow!
Jack needs to do some laundry so I figure I'll go exploring and do some of my own, it takes us ages to find where we're going, which isn't the right spot anyway but at least we find something. We eat at a chic little cafe around the corner where Jack takes out his anger of losing the snoring battle on a bee, using his amazing havaiania's that are probably the best thong's he's ever owned to squish ...
... the day gets donated to a local charity to feed the hungry. Well, Tiff did not make the company proud when she accidentally dropped the food in her hand all over the floor, like a big yogurt bomb, while waiting in line to pay for her food. She felt bad for the waste, and for splattering yogurt and berries all over her neighbor in line, but accidents do happen!
That was the most exciting thing that happened at the airport. Not bad! Now we just had ...
... two teenagers could keep the entire busy joint running but they did a good job and we were very satisfied.
After brunch, we did some more sight seeing. We walked through a huge outdoor shopping area which had both store fronts and carts. The carts were filled with flower sales, from tulip bulbs in bags, to fresh cut flowers and even a few potted cacti. It was fun walking down the
streets and looking at everything for sale. There also wasn't a shortage of gift shops, shoe ...
... I assure you they weren't! The day after the visit to Powys Castle in Welshpool, we happened to get a ride on a canal barge in the canal which was so unexpected and unplanned. It was something I had wanted to do so I was thrilled when it happened. Rodger had to open the locks which was a new experience. Another highlight. We continued on skipping through the beautiful countryside of Shropshire on our way south to Cardiff for a few nights. It ...