Hotel 'T Voorhuys
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Today we spent a beautiful day at Giethoorn Hollands very own Venice, it was absolutely beautiful, so calm and relaxing, we took a walk around the gardens then a boat ride, Katie drove the boat part of the way but after hitting two other boats and ...
... ways to get out of the washing up! When I went back to get the washing some Dutch ladies had finished it and dried it for us which was very nice, maybe this fainting thing was a good tactic after all. Decided to move on after 2 nights as the site was a bit noisy, especially the miserable Scottish folk next to us, they should have their T5 taken away ...
... on the main road that is constantly being raised for the boats to pass through. It was at this bridge that I found out the supermarket was closed and I had to go to Sneek. No problem, only 2 more kilometres down a river pass following the same numbered cycle nodes we used on our last visit to Holland. Sneek was a bigger place and after asking directions a few times and finding another closed supermarket or 2 I finally got to the centre with open shops. I took a few pictures ...
Found the site easily enough even though I had forgotten the address. It was further out of the way than we expected which was nice. The temperature was around 32c when we arrived so we enjoyed laying out in the shade and going for a dip in the murky river. After a bbq we spent the evening sat next to the river and watched the sunset, perfect start to our hols and we stayed in Heeg for 3 ...
Today we travelled to the first World Heritage Site in the Netherlands:
The Island of Schokland
Except it is not an island any longer.
Imagine, in prehistoric times a landscape, part of the mainland and beginning to be settled by hunter gatherers. By about 1000 AD fishermen begin to make a living here ...