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... Monday), everything was closed. Evidently everyone in holland gets a 3 day weekend. Probably something to do with the over supply of weed and prostitutes, but either way everything was shut and as such that left little if anything for me to do. I'm sure holland is a great place to visit if the weather turns out and something decides to open for business, otherwise there's nothing but prostitution and drug addled tourists. You can see the same thing in st Kilda for 1/4 of the price. ...
... and so to u-turn the satnav sent me around 3 of these massive circles. It was like practicing for my driving test ;-0
As much as todays journey was only about 220 miles or so it certainly seemed much more and the last 40 or so miles really seemed to drag. The satnav took me via all kinds of little towns and villages which seemed quite nice as I seen some parts of Holland that I would not have seen otherwise but looking at the map tonight there is a m/way the whole way so I have no ...
... of the North Sea route-cruising along with the locals. The trail took us along the windswept coastline with wide expanses of white sandy beaches & also along beautiful wooded areas, and quaint villages. We had to cross a number of bridges to take us across spanses of the sea. This was quite slow & laborious with a strong headwind. That evening we ended up in a Coastal National Park, where we managed to find a free campsite for the night.
... you the history of the Heineken family. It's great how they turned a family run business into a global company. The second part is about the making of the beer. Then you get to see the Heineken horses that are still in service today. They had a little plaque there which told you all about them. It said that in accordance with Freddy Heineken's wishes a horse will always be named after him and it also said that the horses, like the staff, get an annual holiday. They travel to ...
... random, we crossed the ramp easily and with a little skidding on the metal deck were guided to our parking place behind, what looked like a big fish and chip van.
There appeared to be only 2 caravans on the ship which seemed relatively empty. The other vanners had a problem with their alarm as they had never been asked to turn it off before (if the tilt alarm isn't switched off, rough seas can trigger alarms and ...