Hotel De Cantharel
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... we went to Giethoorn which is an amazing wee town that is made up completely of canals. We hired a boat and Opa drove us down the canals out to the lake where Emma and I got to have a drive of the boat. The boat went really slowly and was very relaxing. Opa drove into the wrong canal so we had to turn around and then I drove into the right one. After the boat cruise we headed to Emmeloord for dinner. and then back to our holiday park. By ...
... Ethiopia for three years and I am heading back to NZ next month so the kids will probably be a lot older when I see them next! It was so nice seeing everyone in the Netherlands again but now I am off to the airport to head to my next destination, Copenhagen! There was actually a couple of terrorist attacks in Copenhagen over the weekend so hopefully things have calmed down there a bit since then. Luckily I will be meeting my friends Ashleigh and An there so we can keep each other safe ...
What am I lucky to have had you as my mom. I know that a lot of children don't get so
much love, as what you have given us. You had so much love for Kevin and me,
sometimes you loved us too much and you got worried for nothing.
I have always wanted to tell you a couple of things, but I didn’t get to it, until the last few weeks, when you actually couldn’t hear me so good anymore.
I wanted to tell you that I have been ...
... on TV, but that has proven to be very difficult here. Not many good shows, but we keep ending up on National Geographic or the History Channel. Kit called us to the table about 30 minutes later, and we ate tomato soup with noodles and meatballs (its canned), a tasty toasted sandwich, and some Lays potato chips with "joppies saus." This sauce was the winner of the Dutch version of the "Create your own" chip (we have Sriracha, Chicken and ...
... we could not take photo's once again, but it was almost too dark inside to see it anyway. The gardens are vast and beautifully laid out. The gardens have been restored to their original 17th century state, gosh that would have been a lot of work as there as so many hedges everywhere. After 3 hours looking around we were brave enough to leave and go out into the cold once again. I think the temperature never rose above 10 degrees today but we soldiered on.
Next stop a ...