Hotel Het Witte Paard
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... on my bike.” I don’t care she answered”.
I left the shop and though; just imagine I if I was a
foreign tourist and this would have been my first shop I visited in the town,
thus would have created a very negative impression. She had the full right to
stop me from taking pictures but, as I often say, it is not what you say it is
how you say it. The style of conversation shows the receiving person what level
of frustration or imbalance ...
... Later after a quick visit to the supermarket we went back to ST for dinner.
Simon and John went for a walk at dusk (or as the Scots say the gloaming) and on return we played a couple of games of Rummikub with Eileen winning the first game and Simon winning the second. We were playing by candle light, torches and head lights as 4 days in Gouda using the lights and water pump without a recharge, the leisure batteries had run down, and so to bed.
... and Carlijn in Rotterdam,who have been working very hard renovating their new home and have just completed their garden front sides and backyard ,as Renovators they could do my place anytime ,they have done everything themselves except the paving outside, Carlijn and Sharon were happy to see us and treated us to some New Herrings and onions on bread rolls and talked about the times in Australia.I told them that Chantelle and Woulter who had also stayed with us ...
I hope you are all prepared for flower-o-rama as today Truus and Rene took us to the Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe. It is the world's second largest flower garden following Dubai Miracle Garden. Unfortunately because Holland didn't have much of a winter this year Spring came early which meant the tulips were out early and a lot of there ...
... being careful not to walk on the bike path. Of course, if you know me at all, you know I was snapping photos like mad. Every angle presented unique stories of the area. I found birds. The water plants were lush and undisturbed. The walk was very peaceful, for the most part. (Naturally, tour groups came.) We walked nearly 2 miles, plus going through a windmill museum. We were below sea level even on the dike, emphasizing the need for windmills in this part of the world.