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After a poor sleep, got up at 7am and was not aware that we had docked in Kinderdijk.
Today's weather forecast was 16-18 degrees and rain.
Kinderdijk is a village in the Netherlands, belonging to the municipality of Molenwaard, in the province South Holland, about 15 km east of Rotterdam.
Kinderdijk is situated in a polder in the Alblasserwaard at the confluence of the Lek and Noord rivers. To drain the polder, a system of 19 windmills ...
... the mechanisms of the windmill itself. There's not much more; it's a compact living environment - for windmill keeper and his family - packed into the size of a very small apartment. As I realize my mistake, and look around for an exit, I can see that the large dark man has realized his opportunity and is pushing his way to the front of the crowd.
Panicked, I climb the stairs to the second floor, scan the bedrooms quickly (no hiding places at all); look for a ...
... scanner and scan your groceries by yourself as you go round. Then at the checkout all you have to do is pay the bill. It's a nice warm cuddly house that we are staying in. Wim and Ria's house is in the country in Rucphen. By Mark 11/4/15 EMMAS DAY An early start leads to a 11 hour flight to Singapore and then a 6 hour break to walk around and stretch then a 14 hour flight to Amsterdam. In the plane I watched lots of tv shows and a few movies my favourite movie I watched ...
... on time and landed straight in, with no stacking at all. 5.30 on a weekday afternoon, that never happens! So much so it put out the meal service for business passengers and we had to gobble the last bits of food down before the trays were cleared.
We came into a B gate at T5 which meant it was a little slow to get out but there was no queue at passport control, It was just a bit sad that I just missed a Heathrow Express ...
... sail down the Rhine while Kath, Ric, Bob and I sat up on the sun deck. Kath and I got a walk in on the walking track they have. 12 laps = 1 mile. It was so windy up there, though. We got a mile in and had to quit it was just too blustery. Some sights we saw along the way: cows laying in the sun on a beach, sheep grazing, cargo ships and barges flying right by us, quaint little Dutch towns built around a church.
Tomorrow: Cologne, ...