Hotel 'T Jachthuis
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... to note that no one in Holland appears to take VISA cards. In fact
credit cards are not much use here. Apparently the people are almost boycotting
credit cards as a way of protesting the high charges attached to credit card
transactions. These charges are around 5.5% which is very comparable to our
charges in South Africa. The difference here is that the people are prepared to
do something about it.
... the sunshine waiting for it (he'd warned us at length that it could take some time!) Whilst we waited, a group of a dozen or so lads turned up. We concluded they were a stag do as one was dressed up with a red neckerchief and dungarees that said I love Dora! They read out a list of instructions then all moved to outside the bank where they preceded to put on Gestapo ...
... the awning up (just) as it started to pour. Jon struggled on regardless with the finishing touches. Then time for a little guitar / photo upload / blog whilst Prego crashed out, exhausted. We had an amazing dins of our fave chicken curry and watched the Stardust movie. The rain did not stop and the poor awning was blown all over the ...
Walked into town and had my haircut. A great feeling to have it cut after so long. Then to the bakery to say hi to Eva. We went for a walk in the afternoon to the Makkum beach and a quiet beer. Then a nice evening and dinner in a very old restaurant by the canal. It's great to live so close to walk to the shops restaurants beach harbour in a town with plenty interesting of ...
Dinner at a restaurant with views over the Sas Bridge and control tower. Lights twinkling as the sun sets. Even at this late hour, the road is continually rising to let the shipping traffic through.
I should mention that Paul had the local specialty, grilled eel, a massive amount of grilled eel. Did my bit by having a satay and loved every spicy peanutty mouthful.