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... a cracking little campsite with good facilities and based by the side of a large river, which is still used as a route for container ships which pass occasionally. There is a small clean beach and the water is nice and clear, also to be pointed out is that there are Hills in this part of Holland!!
We originally booked for 2 nights but as we needed parts to get Rupert up and running fully again we stayed for 3, this isn't a bad thing ...
I stayed at fantastic locations. I took too much lugage. Thanks to Pieter Cornelissen en Michiel Stamer who took some of my stuff home. (Skins look great in my livingroom).
Thanks to family Singh for their kind hospitality and cooking lessons. Thanks to Dev and Brenda for their hospitality at Bushwillow's in the Waterberg.
Thanks Rob Gouders for showing me Burundi! Thanks for my new friends in Ruanda ...
... looked in vain for brown sauce. Being stereotypically English I had to have tea for breakfast and managed an ok cup by finding the last English Breakfast teabag and using the normal milk next to the cereal!
As I sat down at a table for two, a women my age asked if she could sit across from me. Slightly bemused as there were lots of other tables free, I agreed and started to et my breakfast trying not either ...
... the parade of boats coming into town. What we saw Sunday was just a mild precursor for the next day.
Monday saw clear blue skies and hot sunshine, quite a contrast to the cool grey weather that we had experienced most of the time up till now. There were people pouring off the trains and into the heart of the city; bars being set up on every corner; music pumping out of every opening and opportunist marketeers selling everything from used clothes to cups of coffee to ...
Loved the Golden Tulip Inn, in Doorwerth (Arnhem). But, all good things must come to an end. Today we headed to see MY BRIDGE! I can't tell you how emotional it was for me. I don't know why! I suppose just to stand where history was made, well it made me appreciate even more what happened in Holland. Thanks to Dr. Arno Roest who took me there! I told him he would never know how much it meant ...