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... br> We laughed so much on this trip, we looked after each other and did as much as we could together. Patience wore out at times and everyone learned to trust my map reading skills by the end of the trip! I don't know if I'd go back. I think my only reason would be to visit Cian, I've seen everything I'd want to see there. So many wonderful memories. I'm definitely looking forward to my next adventure! South Africa here we come!
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... we decided to have another night here as it was looking decidedly darker and windier.
An English couple came round to have a chat and told us there is a small supermarket a "short" walk away (not that we need anything) and also told us the sports complex and restaurant next door (which had about 100 places and packed every night as it was a good value eat as much as you can deal) had been owned by a china man but was closed. He made a lot of money out ...
... instructional guide) we were supposed to call the hotel and notify them that we were still interested in our room. That would have been a tough call to make as neither of us have a local cell plan! We make calls on our cell phones by using WiFi and Skype. So we would have had to first hunt down a coffee shop (by asking locals where we could find one - google won't help if you've got no internet). Then we would need to buy a cup or two of coffee and get the WiFi passcode. ...
We left our lovely stay at Rotterdam with Agnes and headed to centrum Rotterdam to find our way to Schoonhoven via kinderdijk. We has a lovely ride, with no wind and a warm sun. We had Agnes buns for lunch at kinderdijk and called in to the bakery again for a try at ...
... abroad are immediately recognizable to the Dutch, who do not bother with helmets except when on racing bikes.
Across a mostly flat and treeless landscape, a cluster of windmills came into view. We biked through Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where 19 windmills stand beautifully preserved in a fairy-tale tableau. Arriving at Papendrecht, we reunited with the barge and came aboard to celebrate our first successful day of riding.