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... to a bad start however, with my ordeal at the hostel in Bunnik - essentially, some extremely intoxicated men tried to break into the dorm room I was in at about 4am. Now, bear in mind, it was in the middle of the countryside anyway, but not only that, my room was in a completely separate building deep in the forest which the hostel backs on to. Creepy anyway. Now imagine being woken up by not only the sound of people kicking and banging on the door, but a DRILL with which they ...
... and warmth. The ultimate day to go see some of the Dutch landscape. A place known for its windmills. The GPS was trippin a bit so with a huge D-Tour we finally arrived at the destination. We walked around with the wind through our hair and sun on our skin capturing all interesting things that we saw.
After lunch at a typical Dutch terrace, we drove home and spend some time eating and preparing the 'Around Europe' trip.
... their rag and tag market antiques and second hand clothing, all very interesting stalls were selling all manner of things. John bought a display cabinet for our glasses and Isi bought some beads that will act as curtain weights for our door net curtain.
After we had been right round the market we went for a meal and took the opportunity to catch up on emails, publish blogs up ...
... from their town )
Interesting town St john church with amazing stain glass windows the longest church in Holland
We then went to Schoonhoven where the boat was moored cute old village we went to a silversmith where silver is made 10% of the town work in the silver industry had a tour bueatiful silver A stork that weighed 9 kilos cost 40,000 ...
... only two of the 11 providences in the country. 18 % of the Netherlands is water and 40% of its land was reclaimed from water. Dutch people had been building dikes to fight the North Sea since the 1400s. Their ingenuity and hard work were the reason why this small country is one of the major trading partners in the world.
The Barge boat "Wending" we were on is 41.5 meter long with 12 cabins. On board is a crew of four ...