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... an interesting house which we thought had a church behind it but when we got up to it the spire was part of the house! At Haringvliet which is a big body of water that leads to a lock on the North Sea, the wind was stronger making an ideal day for yachts and quite a few were sailing. Sometimes we wish we had a sail or two to take advantage of the wind power and the saving on diesel, may be a big wide kite secured to the ...
... each plate was long! As mentioned in an earlier post, I do like long meals but it seems like the Dutch space out their food a lot more than what we have experience in other parts of Europe.
When Brian paid for the meal, the waiter was very insistent that our menus came with a complementary plate of our choosing. Although Brian explained that we were on a long trip and that we didn't want to carry a plate that was heavy and could break, he still ...
... was spent realising i wasnt going to make it, thinking about possibility of wild camping, then stumbling on an absolute gem of a site (7e) and fricking lovin it. First hot shower,fied up bike slightly, dry weather, aired things out, cook a big meal, frickin awesome. aLSO - DAMAGED MY HANDLEBARS WHEN THE BIKE FELL OVER. BUGGER....... NEED TO SEE A BIKE SHOP FOR THAT AND BRAKE PADS AND MAYBE FRONT PANNIERS.
All in all a much better day.
(edit - now fixed handlebars)
... to introduce the project to the class. Hope they'll enjoy it!
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Cruising around at Anneke and Klaas waiting for my Eurail Pass to be delivered. Eveline and Daniek came over to visit. Then went for a massage to try and loosen my old back. In the afternoon went to visit Leni, a cousin of my Mum, whose family is on a dairy and chicken farm in Maasdam. Saw cows being milked and the ...