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Walked into town and had my haircut. A great feeling to have it cut after so long. Then to the bakery to say hi to Eva. We went for a walk in the afternoon to the Makkum beach and a quiet beer. Then a nice evening and dinner in a very old restaurant by the canal. It's great to live so close to walk to the shops restaurants beach harbour in a town with plenty interesting of ...
Dinner at a restaurant with views over the Sas Bridge and control tower. Lights twinkling as the sun sets. Even at this late hour, the road is continually rising to let the shipping traffic through.
I should mention that Paul had the local specialty, grilled eel, a massive amount of grilled eel. Did my bit by having a satay and loved every spicy peanutty mouthful.
After a lazy morning, we had lunch in Balk at a little fish shop by the river.
Then we went to Lemmer
This little harbour on Friesland has been the destination of our family for many a trip. Papa used to sail from here on his friend's yacht. So we often came to visit, when they were getting ready to leave or when they had just returned.
I remember many hours watching the boats go through the lock and watching boats leave the marina.
Today we just took ...
... hostel and said that she was going to work and if I was to hurry up she would show me how the underground railway system works and where to get off to go to agency where I would collect my ticket to Mongolia. I never saw her again, have forgotten her name and who she was. I know that she went literally out of her way to point me in the right direction. Unforgettable people like the shopkeeper in Hanoi giving me a hug and saying I heard what you did for the injured girl and I love ...
... 6 metres. This canal runs through the polder land i.e. reclaimed from the sea. We expected it to be plain, flat recovered land; well it may have been once, but now it is well farmed with mature forests on either side in places, well established. For part of the way a motorway standard road runs alongside at some points with shared service stations/moorings. There was not much traffic on this canal but plenty of the motorway. (You know ...