Hotel Pension "Bij de Molen"
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... be back with the car!
We were waiting for another shop to open (most shops don’t open till midday on Monday’s) when the Heifenmeister came by and asked if we were staying or leaving? He told us he had a 15 metre boat coming and wanted some space, but he could put the boat elsewhere if we stayed or we could move to a box. He told us the shop we were waiting for does not open on Monday! By this time ...
... why conditions have to be good.
Well we got to the Lake and the water was relatively calm so decided to try. It all went well, we got through the lake unscathed and onto another can to our destination, Tholen.
Tholen is a lovely town, quite a bit to see and wander round, quite delightful really.
... s method—let’s see something in our own time, then sit and have a drink and discuss our next move.
Well, somehow in the hubbub, the guerrilla recruited two people who weren’t even on our list, so we were counting up 26 people. Then after the walkers left, this breach was revealed, so somebody had to go track them down before they strenuously walked off the ship and pulled the interlopers. All was right with ...
Arrived Zeebrugge 9.00am and off i went, took it steady all the way, detoured round paris, seemed to take forever, stopped three times and got to Cromac about 5.55pm. Took awhile to get everything switched on and bedroom and bedding sorted out,bit apprehensive about sleeping in the house, it seemed a bit spooky but it was fine ,lovely and quite.
... no control and makes entering locks and coming alongside problematic at times. It was from my own experience of this that I watched in awe as the Belgian pilot aimed this 130,000 tonne ship at Zeebrugge harbour wall. True it was close to the entrance, well just downwind actually, but to see him hold his nerve as it looked to be on a collision course, was a brilliant piece of navigation. And then if that wasn’t tricky enough, he had ...