Het Wapen van Drenthe Hotel
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Stayed on the outskirts of a large campsite with lots of Germans on their way into The Netherlands. On the second day caught the train into Groningen which is the capital of the region and I think the main city in northern Netherlands. Had loads going on, lots of nice shops, cafes and restaurants, even ...
... what you weren't meant to do in a thunder storm, pretty sure standing under trees and cycling are on the list. I then set off again, sure it was finished this time but I had only cycled a further 5 minutes and down it came again. This time I was passing through a pretty rough looking estate full of high rise flats and I sheltered under a balcony outside someone's garage. I spent what felt like forever listening to dance music that was playing from one of the flats and being waved ...
... at this old windmill that is still being used today, unfortunately it was also an open day, so there were quite a few people there.
Today, Stephan and his g/friend Anke and their lovely little boy Casper came to visit, he has said that they want to come to Australia for a visit, so we are going to keep telling him in case he forgets, was a lovely morning.
... we lived in Holland, as he use to walk me to school with my uncle. Friday evening more people are coming, and Saturday my cousin (Corina's brother) is coming from Germany, so we'll have a busy week. The great thing is most speak English, which is great for Peter, although we are teaching Peter some Dutch, he now says thank you in Dutch, :)
The Sun is actually shining in Groningen today, best not say ...
... fun and fast with the wind behind us. 60kms done and dusted, time to enter the Tour de France.
Back at camp the sun was hot and so after a cold beer we lay back in the sun with our books and waited until they slapped us in the face. Sleep and tan.
Here is some interesting information on agriculture in Holland that I was not aware of:
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- Holland is the world's ...