Travel Blogs from Ossendrecht
... 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.
... 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)
I HAVE FOUND A SCHOOL THAT IS WILLING TO COOPERATE WITH ME TO ACHIEVE MY INNOVATIVE PROJECT!
The winner is ... De zonnebloem, an international primary school in Antwerp, where they teach English.
Here's my presentation that I'm going ...
... being made ready for its next batch of young chicks that are 1 day old when they arrive and are housed there for 5 weeks - 28,000 of them. They weigh 2 kilos when they are sold. Leni and Jaap had just recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary so had lots of flowers around the house. Met 2 of her grandies ...
... ship which had moved on to Bruinisse, we were treated to a Taste of Holland lunch with Dutch specialties and Dutch beer. During the afternoon we sailed towards Rotterdam, going through quite a few locks and docking in Rotterdam around 5pm.
The Captain’s farewell toast and dinner was tonight. We had dinner with our new friends David and Helen from Georgia. ...