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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 ...
... up the stairs I cuddle my wife and nod off to sleep. Dank u wel Joe NETHERLANDS: Language: Sarah's top 3 spoken words we learnt from her :) * lekker - good * neigh - no * ick - me Culture: * bike riding is the most popular mode of transport.. It makes the cities feel more like towns as their is far less congestion * you only have to be 16 years old to drink here * this place has a monopoly on the water supply of ...
... beer and it was absolutely packed. Loved it so much and what an atmosphere!!! After having a few la chaue beers which are 9.5% I was feeling rather jolly so we had some bitterballen to soak up the alcohol. Cafe Olivier was such an awesome place, especially seeing as it used to be a church hehehe. By then it was already about 6 and so we headed straight home for a lovely meal. What a great day with Laura. Next stop- ...
... beyond delicious (especially when they're still warm!) After walking around the market and picking up some fresh fruit, we went on a hunt for icecream. We walked through a lovely park and found an AMAZING Italian icecream shop where we got some fruity flavors and walked back to the park and sat by a canal which ran through it.
Camille's mom is a student of the Gita and we talked about what she likes to call the "energy" of all beings, embracing the good and the bad, ...