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... my earplugs.
I never use to worry about such items but nowadays I hate that ringing in my ears for hours after a long ride so these little plugs sure help. A quick stop and I was off again.
For mile after mile the road is going just great with no hold ups and I'm making great time. I stop after about 60 miles at a service station and quickly fill the tank and am once again on my way within minutes. I should now make it to Amsterdam on this ...
... some of the lovely speckled, the cows were so lovely,and friendly,just water ways to keep them in, even the sheep, all so green and lush with an abundance of water.Beautiful gardens all so neat and tidy.
We crossed the canals on a ferry, that took everything, but today ,Sunday,so many families out biking,bikes were the main passengers..The bike paths, like small roads,lines down the middle, and so well used,the road bridges, lifting ...
... and using the pool towels as blankets, unless it is for "the fresh air". We've done a few laps of the ship for a bit of exercise, but can't do it without our down jackets.
We decided to watch "masterchef" - a competition to make "Italian pasta", using supplied ingredients. I'm not sure how they selected the contestants - one was from Spain, and one from Wales. I suspect the one from Wales does not cook, but was lots of fun. Unfortunately he didn't ...
... some mad lady who kept getting "very rude" service. The Irish guy asked how come SHE was getting all the rude people. Funny. We then went to lunch and met an interesting English couple. He was dropping everything to watch England in the World Cup. We decided he was a heavy drinker from the number of bottles he had around him when he was in the bar (although he seemed ok), ...
... surfed in your life but for some reason you decide to give it a go, on your own.
2. There are no instructors, no hand rails, you have no clothes on and somebody has waxed the board with soap.
3. You can't see the waves around you, which means you're effectively blind, so you can't prepare for any surges or rolling.
And that's pretty-much it.
Oh, sorry, there's one more thing..
4. Aside from being ...