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... even lift the paddle. We almost wanted to tell him that we could not continue.Hours had passed and we had barely made it about 7 feet from our original location. Though, we at least had an advantage to seeing the relative space of the Konigsallee, which made the struggle worthwhile. Despite our hardship, the old man eventually decided to help us move the canoe. He took my paddles and helped Jordan and Kaylin continue, and we moved so much faster after that. It was a ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
For those of you interested in taking a look at my preliminary travel root you should be able to see it somewhere on this page.
At the moment my plan is to update the blog with images and info every couple of days…I hope I won't become too lazy as time goes on :)
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Today we leave Ton & Ria to travel to Deurne to see Riny & Anita. Into the rental car and off we go, no problems getting out of Papendrecht and onto the motorway except we are heading in the wrong direction!! Bugger. A dodgy navigator I put it down to. Oh well let's follow the Tom Tom now it might be easier. Otherwise a easy drive down south. Arrived around 1.30pm and then had time for a catch up before dinner. Also had ...
... the 'lazy' nature of the Europeans? The outcome of this conversation was that manufacturing industry has lost respect and credibility. There is no pride and passion coming through from the industry to encourage others.
... nice weather as a good excuse to have an ice cream or two as there are lots of shops selling some delicious verities.
After lunch I walked up the river side towards the city centre, this area was very busy with people eating at the outdoor cafes or just relaxing and watching the boats pass by.
The river Rhine is a working river, there is a constant flow of barges and pleasure boats traveling up and down the river, the barges were enormous and ...