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... we finally managed to find our way we rode through a beautiful forest and eventually got to our hotel. By the time we got off our bikes we could barely walk; turns out 115km plus getting lost was pretty much our limit.
The only hotel we could find for that night anywhere near the bike path was much fancier than we were accustomed to on this trip. Initially we were annoyed at not being able to find somewhere cheaper, but when we realised ...
... sights and places personal to her. We saw some windmills (it is the Netherlands!) and a castle. When we arrived at a restaurant, Belle, we had some tea and cookies. Then we continued our walk. We shared good conversation during the walk, and I think that she is a fascinating woman. She is very interested in Buddhism, yoga, and generally living an enlightened, healthy life. After my long pilgrimage and my many days of introspection, ...
... book rack and holding on to his dad's shoulders. Probably no big deal to him!!
Both Dale and I are struggling to stay awake today. So we walk around taking in the sights then come back to the apartment and sit awhile. Then when we feel sleepy we go out and walk again!
We are waiting for darkness so we can go out one last time and see all the narrow cobblestone streets all lit ...
... were both at the airport to pick me up. They had bought me the most adorable balloon and helped me carry my many bags to their car. We drove to the house and had some coffee. They live in a beautiful house in a neighborhood of Almere-Stad. I unpacked and spent the afternoon playing board games with Adia. I was very pleased when Henriette commented that it was like I had been here for weeks already.
For New Year's Eve the family ...
... into the Netherlands. Netherlands (handy information that Robyn wrote down!): Very flat lands same as Belgium 24% of the Netherlands lie below sea level. Amsterdam is an artificial city that is man made built on water. The Netherlands used to be known for its wind mills. They used to be used to generate energy to pump water off of the land to reclaim it from the water. There are more bikes in the Netherlands than there are people. It is so flat so it is awesome to bike ...