Hotel Nes Ameland
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... condition for the rare occurrences when it is needed. The whole plant is operated about 7 days a year to insure everything is in tip top shape. It can pump 4000 cubic meters of water per minute. It ran on coal until 1967 when it was converted to fuel oil.
We returned to Franeker and the home of Hans and Nieske for a great dinner of Chinese food. Even though we were together for only about 30 hours it was hard to 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:
Facts & figures
- Holland is the world's ...
... we stopped off at a small village to buy some essentials such as alcohol and food. Once again one can only remark on the friendliness and helpfulness of the Dutch.
On arrival in Lauwversoog we noticed on our GPS that the elevation was sitting at -12 meters. We were actually 12 meters below sea level!!!!! Camping with a snorkel close at hand seemed a good idea.
Once we ...
... They are always willing to help and their Dutch language is close enough to Afrikaans that even I can understand them. The drivers of cars have a genuine respect for cyclists and always give way to us lessor mortals. When we are driving in our camper other road users are very considerate and courteous and so far "road rage" is unknown.
And so we rode and we rode and we rode. ...
... moments, as in we've been here before, we arrived back in camp 52 kms of cycling later.
Apart from navigation confusion, the whole experience was great, as the countryside is stunningly beautiful, with meadows filled with cows and sheep and canals everywhere. The Dutch people are extremely neat and tidy. The houses are all very well maintained with picture book gardens filled with Rhododendrons in various colours. ...