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... speciaity"fischbrotchen",a bread roll with about 3 pieces of slimy,cold fish.Don't mention to Roger ,he is still trying not to gag after eating one! The islands are a different and interesting envirionment,prime holiday spot for Germans,with very few English speaking visitors . We enjoyed riding bikes along the canals in this interesting small town but are starting to yearn for Phillip Island again and looking forward to moving on to ...
... put in a small field at the bottom of the site, past lots of static
caravans decorated with orange flags, the Dutch football colours.
Had a welcome cuppa and as more teams arrived, they congregated
around our tent. John had a call from Steve/Bob/Boycey who was on his way back
to Calais for a wedding at home. His throttle was stuck open & to make
matters worse, he couldn't open his bonnet. Oh dear. After numerous ...
... circles, bought souvenirs, tried to visit the Danish Resistance Museum, but it had been burnt down!! The weather was glorious and did wonders for our tan. And we finished our three days here with dinner at a Hercogovina restaurant, overlooking the Tivoli Gardens.
After a night in Germany, near Bremen, in a campground that we have visited on our way north (nice spots, lots of grass, clean facilities that are gradually being updated, lots ...
Our little treat to stay in a cabin for 2 nights in Stroe - a little village on the Northwest coast of Holland, proved to be a wise move-the rain set in-a steady soaking rain for the next 42 hours! We were very thankful for the warmth of indoor accommodation.
Setting up their tent in the rain was the lovely English family, Helen & Chris with their 2 boys-Thomas(13) & George (10). They were on a 6 day cycle tour of the Netherlands. Feeling their ...
... this part of England, we discovered an Otter Sanctuary. That’s right, MJ is a sucker for Otters! After struggling with the English concept of directions, we managed to find it and arrived in time to observe Feeding Time. It’s only a small concern, but well worth a visit. They do some great work rehabilitating injured otters and releasing them back into the wild.
We had arranged to spend a few nights in Exeter and got rooms in one of ...