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... more like a working, culture experiencing,
making the best of the moment kind of trip. My general plan is to stay 3 months
in various countries, work my ass off, travel around a bit and off to the next stop.
You know how plans are; dynamic monsters that change rather often and
unexpectedly. But from where I am standing now, I will first go to Berlin to hang
with my family. My next stop would ...
... seemed to be made to make things available in English,but then I cannot remember seeing much German translation available at home
Cycling is very common and tremendous facilities available to make travellling around towns and even way out in the countryside.But they don't seem to wear helmets.
We went to the War Graves cemetery at Arnhem today and were,as always on such occasions, were made humbled by the evidence of such loss of life,much ...
... under a tree with umbrella up
found a information centre to look for camping ground there was3 but all 10 km in the opposite direction of where we were going ,then spotted a railway so decided we would leap on train get ride to Duisburg and then bike to dusseldorf well did that and arrived home 7.30pm buggered
Was -11hours since we had left the camping ground be we had a 50min train ride and 1/2hour under the trees
... it to be quite sexist indeed. There were no lady-spouts to sit or hover over, only a stinky quadrant for up to four men at a time to stand on and do their business. Lance showed us how he would use it, and I took a political and feminist stand (literally) and showed how I would use it. The locals walking by were both appalled and equally entertained, many laughing and shaking their heads at this sight.
We continued through the town and stumbled ...
We had a six hour drive from France to Arnhem in western Holland and arrived in camp in the late afternoon. After setting up camp, we went for a leisurely walk through the surrounding forest which was scattered with small lakes and dunes. After about five kilometers, we were back at camp and settled in for the night. The next morning, we rode our bicycles to the nearby open air museum. This was the first and largest Dutch open air museum ...