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... beta' and may have a few issues! We can vouch for that.
Today's little hiccup - we were riding along a path which led through a primary school playground.
The path is gated and only operates as a thorough fare for bicycles outside school hours. In other words, during school hours the path forms part of the children's playground and is unavailable to cyclists.
All of this would have been well explained on the Dutch language ...
... our eyes. We had the tide (with up to date tide tables for Rotterdam!) and river flow in our favour and it worked as planned as we were doing 7 knots but when we turned on to the Oude Maas the river flow coming towards us was stronger than the incoming tide, (which had only just turned) so ST had to work especially hard especially at the bridges where the river flow increased in strength at the restricted arches. We were on full power at ...
... didn't want to lose our navigational support team. Erika convinced me that there was no need for that and our slightly slower pace was OK. This is not a race she aptly pointed out. With that I stopped pushing, dropped a gear and tried not to think about how much less my butt would be hurting if we had ridden at 18 mph or 30 km/hr the day before. (Erika's editorial here: rolling my eyes)
The rain was coming down steadily and wouldn't you know, we had a bit of wind ...
... normal;">-it was immaculately clean with a super helpful staff and we spent 1.5+ hours there. We had a great meal and a great time. Maybe we need more Chinese on Maui?!?
-we took our second ferry and were quickly at our destination town. A couple of wrong turns and we were soon at our destination.
... at grote markt and were pleasantly surprised to find a very cool and trendy town centre centred around large open squares packed with people enjoying the long summer evenings. The next morning, we picked up the keys to our new home, which is about 15 minutes by tram south of the city centre on the longest street in The Hague and in a very diverse and busy neighbourhood. The location is great, with a tram stop at its front ...