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- Continental Breakfast
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... really going to try keep this travelblog thing up to date and of course I am always available for skypecalls/ fb messages/ whatevs! :D Just shoot me a facebook message (don't really know what I'm gonna do phonenumber wise yet) and we'll work something out!
See you all in January!
ps I am sorry if our selfie is not featured on here; they were mostly pretty unacceptable so decided to go for the 'safe' family pics. They're available request however! :D
... seconds later, our guide tells us that the windmill manager can see that a significant storm is brewing, and that we'll have to get in and out quickly, as winds are likely to start to pick up rapidly. Picking up the pace, we enter the windmill; once inside, I can see my mistake - very few people can be inside at any given time, as the interior space is quite small: compact living area and kitchen on the first floor; several small bedrooms on the second floor and - above ...
... plane and went on the train for 1 hour to Oom Wim and Tante Ria's house. It was raining and overcast. We played foosball which is up in the attic in our living area. Our living area has 3 bedrooms, one for Oma and Opa, one for Mummy and one for Emma and I. The living area which is also Mum's room has the fooseball table and lots of Lego. We went to the supermarket and it instead of putting your groceries in a trolley then having them scanned at the checkout you get a ...
... return trip across the rooftop, leavened only by a single travelator, took us to D28 where I had expected to wait.
As it happens, boarding had already started and there was a long queue passing through the check to get on the plane. I looked around for the priority line and then realised that the long queue was the priority line. I suppose it didn't take too long.
This plane - to Heathrow - was full, but it ...
... that they gave a little history lesson at the mills, too. Seems that during WWII, the position of the arms on the windmill sent a message to the Resistance fighters. If the arms were set a certain way, they'd know it was safe to move people. If they were the other way, stay hidden. Even today, the position of the arms signal things like births, deaths, and other milestones. Never knew that!
Back to the ship by lunch time! Then ...