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... John, backing onto the town's main square, Vrijthof.
Around 4pm we decided to take a bus back to Gronsveld.
We freshened up and went for dinner with Claudia. A lovely meal of Spaghetti Bolognese, salad and Chocolate Mousse to follow complimented with red wine. After dinner we walked to visit Tante Riet, our aunt where we had coffee and cake. Eventually it was time to go home for bed.
Quite a full day was had, but most ...
... by, and make my move.
I run from the entrance and think, for a second, that I may have mistimed my departure. I barely make it between two of the large, spinning blades as I make my way forward; in fact, I'm nearly knocked off my feet by a glancing blow from the leading edge of a blade. The wind is howling loudly and it's raining: large, heavy drops that have me drenched in an instant; the storm is in full fury. Regaining my balance, I look back and can see that, ...
... the supermarket for a couple of essentials (big shop tomorrow).
After dinner we did some final decisions on which route to explore in the next week. One of the places we would like to explore in the future when the weather is nicer are the lakes near here and Isi used our new dictionary to translate some of the information regarding them, so already useful. Then relaxed, read and did puzzles ...
Kinderdijk is a village in the Netherlands. it is situated on a polder at the confluence of 2 rivers. To drain the polder, a system of 19 windmills was built around 1740. This group of mills is the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands. The windmills of Kinderdijk are one of the best-known Dutch tourist sites. ...
... to be constantly stared. I assume it was because two mid twenty guys drinking a beer around families because that in my mind would constitute some weird looks.
But the weirdest thing of the trip was watching the show Marc was an Editor for, and actually understanding (well roughly) what the hell was going on. I was impressed because it was in Dutch and I speak as much Dutch as you, the reader can speak Greenlandic (which I assume probably fairly you can't, and yes ...