Hotel Van der Werff
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... fun and fast with the wind behind us. 60kms done and dusted, time to enter the Tour de France.
Back at camp the sun was hot and so after a cold beer we lay back in the sun with our books and waited until they slapped us in the face. Sleep and tan.
Here is some interesting information on agriculture in Holland that I was not aware of:
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... decided to drop by at a massive home improvement center which has a display area of 15Ha. Just because of its sheer size we felt that it would be interesting to visit. I'm not really into shopping but we were certainly impressed by the amount of choice in furniture that one can buy in this kind of place. We certainly don't have any similar type of shop in South Africa.
On the way ...
Fantastic, at last we wake up to sunshine. A quick breakfast, some office work and off on an expedition to somewhere. I say somewhere since navigating this area is difficult. I think this is because everything is so flat and so it all looks the same. It is very easy to become disorientated and head back the way you already came. Today we decided to get clever and wrote down all the ...
In the morning we were greeted with overcast and coldish weather but decided to be positive and put on a T shirt and a light jacket and tempt the weather to do its worst. This ploy appeared to work for as we set off on our bikes for a long tour of the Friesan countryside, the sun began to poke its way through the clouds.
Our plan was to head south towards a Nature Reserve that showed lots of lakes and windmills on the ...
... are beautifully
maintained with lush lawns, spotlessly clean ablutions and electricity for all
sites. Many have free WiFi which is a real blessing when one is trying to run a
business away from home.
After catching up with all our office work we went for a
short walk in the wind and rain before cooking up a quality South African curry
and climbing into our upstairs bed.