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In support of the LGBT community, everyone was wearing pink, that is to say, many people were. I put on my lilac shorts. It was the best I could do at short notice. Reina was much better planned and sported a fine pair of pink bunny ears and fuscia coloured net gloves. Other walkers had gone to even more extreme lengths - clown outfits with pink wigs, pink aprons and a thong, sequinned hats, feather boas... It was a total riot of colour and design. I spent ...
The early start ticket allowed me to stand in line for 40 minutes before getting scanned. Consequently, I didn't set off until 6am. Thankfully, it was cooler than the day before and that made walking easier. The route also led through woodland and other strips of nature, which made it pleasant walking.
Some extremely drunk and noisy students started walking with the lopers. They were amusing to start off with, but very loud, and after an hour or so I needed to leave ...
... good memories of this adventure, and I hope that y'all have enjoyed reading this blog. I will probably get a book printed of this blog, which will be a nice thing to have. If any of you ever want to see the complete collection of pictures (1800 !!!!), let me know, and I'll be happy to show you!! ;-)
We also want to thank all of the people who contributed to the success and smooth sailing of our vacation!!!
Rob and Carla
Many times there's a trade off that people have to face: in this case whether it would be better to have the castles, beautiful treasures and remains of the old times, to private users or to have it open to the public.
Without a doubt having it under the privately owned flag would keep them better maintained, lasting longer, but it is a shame that they weren't there for the enjoyment of more people.
Tuesday 3rd August Wijchen - Nijmegen
Today is our last day here so we are busy cleaning, washing, packing, etc. It is time to get ready for the next part of our trip. Tomorrow we will catch the train to Basel.
We have found more interesting things to do this week. Thursday we set up the GPS and headed for Renkum. Renkum is only 20 miles from here but all ...