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... was mainly played through headphones (in 16 languages) - I had taken along my loop system for the cochlear implant so I was able to maximise the headphones - brilliant! The information on the commentary was pitched perfectly - just enough to interest and inform and enough pauses to absorb what we were seeing and hearing. I was surprised how quickly Amsterdam turned into rural (within 10mins of leaving the city centre). With a population density of ...
... could get his navigation fixed - the volume was down! Ten seconds after the dealer sat in the car to troubleshoot, we were back on the road and arrived at a castle! What a beautiful castle it was, too!
The castle is called "Muiderslot," which is the "Castle of Seigniory of the Count to Muiden." It was originally built in the Middle Ages in the late 1200's, and has been rebuilt a few times after that due to the wars, ...
... this was the Noord-Holland race. The only thing that surprised us was the complete lack of signage or flagging tape to warn people of a race in progress. In fact, there were people wandering, cars and bicycles using the road until just a few minutes before the racers came through – we commented on how laid-back it was here compared to back home. I took a few photos and as Megs said, it would be preparation for when we hoped to watch the Tour de France in a couple months. ...
Even though we were greeted by record cold temperatures, for this time of year, light snow and mean wind, all went smooth as pie. Wim and Adrie were waiting for us. Wim had brought me two delicious herrings from special address. He insisted I stop and eat them right there before we even left the airport. I didn't need much prodding; I could taste the North Sea. I'm back in my country of birth. Dropjes (my favorite ...
... to feel how heavy armour was (pretty damned heavy) and chain mail (also very heavy).
What a day. A castle, ice skating and then wine and food to the late hours discussing life, the universe and everything. I hope to get the opportunity to have this wonderful family as our guests back in Australia. We can't offer castles but we can provide beaches and wide open spaces. Actually we can provide beaches where there are no other people around, it will be all ours.