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... that aside from Mosques it was going to be shorts for the summer. (Experiment: take a backpack, and your best pair of jeans and take a walk on a hot June day..)
But yeah, Primark is the surprise new attraction for the slightly bored inhabitants of the Netherland's third biggest city. Judging by the guttural shouts of delight and flying Minions shirts it seems it might be here to stay.
... oblivious to the fact a wolf disguised as a mormon in full suit and tie is lurking outside their front door. Hopefully when I get to Brasov the Wolf and Bear Sanctuary will readdress the balance a bit.
So yeah, I got back to Eindhoven, got lost in blistering temperatures with a heavy backpack, spent too much money on a taxi and went to sleep.
Comfortable night and a good breakfast plus a roll for lunch. We set off around 9oc and, by Lilli asking various people, found a good bike path, a former railway line, which went nearly to Krefeld, 10km from the Rhine. It took some time and more asking, to find our way through the town. We had to stop to eat as Lilli went wobbly with low sugar. The only place we could find was a car park in the Mercure Hotel. We sneaked in and had a quick picnic out of sight of ...
... being. At the airport we had another small miracle when both sleeping bags fitted in Mieke's large bag cover (designed to cover all the straps and keep things tidy for the flights). We were rather happy about all this but we still had to conquer Ryan Air in London who are nothing short of anal about baggage. Boarding our flight back to London, a little Alpaca key ring fell out and rolled out of our bags onto Mieke's chair - huge grins ...
... were bone shakers, penny farthings, tandems in all shapes and sizes. One child’s bike frame had been carved out of one piece of wood with working wooden wheels and steering (no pedals) another was a Donald Duck bike. There was a bike made by a blacksmith’s shop and some wooden bikes made by Cartwright’s. One bike even had a steering wheel and another had a radio. The ingenuity of the makers is to be seen, turning their skills to ...