Hotel Oranjerie Molenbos
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Stef and Jan are leaving for South Africa today. Stef has
been invited to attend the wedding of Nicky Goodman and so will be spending the
next two weeks back in her home town. This also gives her an opportunity to
show Jan where she grew up.
After packing up all our wet stuff and stuffing it all into
the bus, we set off for a shopping center that Stef suggested that we had to
see. The ...
Happy birthday Polly! We woke early to thunder but the sky looked pretty bright. A nice lie in then showers and brek before a wander round site to see the swimming pool, shop, cafe, restaurant, laundry. Then a very short walk into town.... We didn't have to do the long winded diversion as we are definitely shorter than 2.3m! We stopped at Bei Mei on the corner at the top ...
... we were higher than 2.3m but now have it confirmed thanks to our test on the metal warning dangly things! A quick whizz round the shops and back to the site (Vakantiepark de Kuilart, ACSI 248). We chose pitch 187 as it had the most space and got set up. Our field was absolutely deserted so we let Prego have a good run around. ...
Walked into town and had my haircut. A great feeling to have it cut after so long. Then to the bakery to say hi to Eva. We went for a walk in the afternoon to the Makkum beach and a quiet beer. Then a nice evening and dinner in a very old restaurant by the canal. It's great to live so close to walk to the shops restaurants beach harbour in a town with plenty interesting of ...
... ship yard where a boat is being constructed using methods of the 16th C. Stood near the Sas Bridge and control tower, and watched as the road/bike/pedestrian bridge was raised for shipping traffic. There are lock doors under the bridge which come into play during storms to protect the harbours.
As expected, the sea walls rise above both the sea and land, though the land is considerably ...