Hotel In den Verdwaalde Koogel
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Okay, there we go. Tomorrow is the Big Day on which I will embark on my Big Adventure. I will fly to Bali, travel through Indonesia for five weeks before spending a long weekend in Singapore to eventually end up in Hong Kong for four months of studying. I've got a suitcase full of sunscreen, Deet and mueslibars (did you know that living in Asia is quite impossible as a very fair skinned vegetarian?!), said goodbye to all of my friends and family and my iPod is finally up ...
Day 51 –
We started off our day with a quick breakfast before getting on the road again. We drove through Paris and then made our way north to Belgium. Once again, I spent a lot of time trying to sleep away motion sickness. We did stop for lunch in Belgium specifically to order fries, that being the country of their origin. It wasn't until around 6pm that we arrived in Maarssen, where I ...
... to nap instead) and at 4 pm we had Dutch high tea, which included pastries, tea sandwiches and coffee ( with egg yolk liqueur and topped with a mound of whipped cream!... Not like any "tea" I've had before!) Dinner included a roasted tomato soup, chateau-briand with potato and veggies, and raspberry dessert ( which was marketed as chocolate but we were fooled!) Off to Cologne (Köln) tomorrow ...
We departed the port after a long yet comfortable ferry crossing from England. We didn't have far to go, but our first order of business was to set the car up for driving in Europe. We brought "Meg" our righthand drive Renault Megane over instead of using a rental. This meant we had to prepare our British car for European rules; headlight adapters, emergency roadside kit onboard, and a GB sticker to let the locals know we were driving on the opposite side of the ...
... Suriname is a country in South America that was colonised by the Dutch and as such there is a lot of Surinese influences in the Netherlands, of which Roti based meals are a bit of a staple. I found a takeaway and eat in shop selling chicken roti with a drink for 10 Euro, made my order and sat down. The chicken strips are cooked in a gravy, and on the pile of food on the plate was also a small bean salad, some potatoes, and a hard boiled egg. For takeaway style food it ...