Hotel 't Kruisselt
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After a quick 25 hour trip from Sydney we picked up our brand new Peugeot lease vehicle and headed to Germany. Bypassed Amsterdam and drove with the many trucks and over the border to Bad Bentheim a small German village with a large castle. Comfortably settled into our hotel, showered and then walked into the town which is typically ordered with cobbles and a small square beneath the ...
... at Beerz was called camping de Roos and was a very nice 'natural site' on the river, it was car free so couldn't move the van once parked till we left again. On the first day here Kat fainted while doing the washing up and then again on the way back to the van, was pretty scary but she was fine after a while chilling in the van, there ...
... some of her land today, she knew all kinds of trees and plants, and it was very fascinating as she pointed them out to us.
Another great part about this farm is the strawberry patch. The strawberries grow so thick and are so unbelievably sweet! There are times between lunch and supper that Rachel and I get a bit hungry and sneak on over to the strawberry patch. We george ourselves with strawberries and contentedly and innocently return to the house. Maybe not so innocently... ...
... They have a great pace of work here, it so relaxing, but we still get a lot done. We have done a lot of weeding in the garden, mowing grass, cutting hedges, planting little plants, building a clay house, or cobbing a straw house, as they would say it, and a large variety of other farm tasks. A typical day on the farm... Wake up 7:00, do some journaling, 8:00 breakfast, work till 11:00, coffee break, (or tea, they have some amazing homemade tea here, ...
... than GP is capable of doing. Other than a couple of queues due to road works, we eventually arrived at the camp site only to find it closed until 19:00hrs; couldn't even get passed the barrier to set up.
Once the very 'enthusiastic' staff member arrived, we set up and settled down for the night after a BBQ and a few beers.
The 11 June saw ...