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... across and spending another month between Egypt ,Prague and London. We went back to Australia for the Christmas period before arriving back in London to set up shop and find jobs. We have been working in London for almost 4 years now and during that time travelled throughout Europe, back to North Africa and over to the US again. We are now moving back to Australia and currently on a 6 week journey through Europe and Dubai before ending back up in Australia to ...
Saturday 16th August 2014
Willemstad was supposed to be having a kind of music festival going on starting at 10am. John had a walk through the town but didn't see or hear anything. The flyer did not say what type of music it would be and the woman in the information office and the waitresses in the restaurant yesterday had no idea either, so we decided to be on our way. To get out of our "tight" mooring we now had 3 boats rafted in front ...
After rushing to have our luggage ready by 9AM yet again, we were then able to leisurely get our breakfast.
The ride today gave as an option of taking the short route or a longer route. We of course decided to take the longer route along the Biesbosch National Park.
The ride was very scenic and peaceful. However, a section of our longer route was under construction. As always, we had very friendly Dutch people helping us ...
... amazing! So much better then Brussels and Bruges!!! The tour guide was very funny, unlike the tour guide for Antwerp earlier in the day who sounded very old and as if he needed to cough. Antwerp is very very big unlike the port of Philadelphia. After a while it was just seeing the same thing over and over ...
... and often run out of beer etc etc. Both we and our new american friends (that we met at the abbey) were quite disappointed. However our failure only contributes to this beer's elusive allure.
Figuring that we would get no beer, we rode along some part of the 'hops path' which is a scenic route amongst hops farms. Then we returned to Ghent where we had our favourite meal for dinner...a pita bread kebab thing.