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... a baguette, cheese, yoghurt, and local figs from a tree outside our door ( yes we forage anywhere). Without a fridge in the room, we used the windowsill overnight. Must have looked a treat, if anyone was looking. Packed and had a final coffee & tea in the salon, then hit the road to Paris' northern station (where it all began). Some trip, but Tom Tom got us there; ...
... most working windmills grind grain, oil, spices, or other industrial products. We visited a cheese factory in Volendam and a wooden clog factory in Marken - all a bit touristy but interesting nevertheless. Now we are at the Schiphol airport waiting for our flight to Stockholm. Interesting fact for those of you planning to visit Amsterdam ...the Koffee houses serve coffee whereas the Coffee houses serve hashish (potent marijuana). Good to know the ...
... test cheese and I even liked goat cheese this time...it was aged, so maybe that made the difference. We didnt buy any cheese as it was "tourist" prices, but Karen bought some cranberry mustard. At check-out they gave her a 50% discount as recognized her as the Aunt of one of the company's employees (Layla, Ger's niece, is dating a guy who works in the factory here).
... a quick bite of pizza.
We then spent the next hour or so wandering around the village of Maarken. It used to be a fishing village and was actually an island until a dyke was built out to it from the mainland. The buildings are remarkably well preserved and although today’s inhabitants aren’t fishermen, it still has the compact feel of a small fishing village with its characteristic green houses and criss-crossing canals. The queen’s birthday ...
... again) as the weather changed just as we entered the buoyed chanel into Muiden.. We moored up very close to the castle in a posh marina (€25 per night, all inclusive) in a box mooring which John got us into and which was his first time and he did very well. After a light lunch we went off to visit the castle in the pouring rain. The castle lived up to its looks. John thought it had been ...