Hotel 't Voorhuys
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... From there we will be put hard to work on Ernst and Penny's farm until beginning February. The hopes are to pop over to New Zealand in between. The final part of the trip will consist of Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos. The exact order is still to be determined :)
I will be using this blog as a means of keeping everyone up to date. Niall ...
... roasted potatoes for Jerry. Great meal. We also very much enjoyed our server "Sam" A twenty one year old who spoke very good English who was absolutely adorable.
Safe and sound in our little apartment, we are spending our last night in the Netherlands. While short in duration, it is long on memories. The Dutch people have been a delight. Kind, warm, helpful people who made our stay a treat.
From Volendam we travelled across The Afsluitdijk which is a 27km man made road which divided the sea and created a giant lake whilst solving The Netherlands problems of continuos flooding. The Afsluitdijk was built in 1927 and was a great little addition to the road trip of The Netherlands. Our next ...
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 ...
I really appreciate all the comments and emails. They are absolutely spectacular and they give me the slice of home I crave. We have been pretty busy on the farm since the last entry and we actually cleared all the crops of weeds. A guy named Andre, Caroline and I did two 10 hour days in a row to try and get as much done as possible. It wasn't too bad. I rather enjoy being out there moving around for the ...