Hotel de Torenhoeve
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... them half shut with another boat waiting. They had a diver down doing underwater repairs to the gates, and by the sound of them groaning they needed some repairs and they can’t get used that often these days.
After 15 minutes we set off again and when we were on the Volkerak the visibility was about ½ mile and so it was OK as we could see the next buoys easily and we were travelling outside of the ...
... and Europe. Trade caravans, diplomatic missions, merchants representatives of religious circles, dervishes, warriors – millions people have passed on this road through time with nothing frightening these brave travelers, neither the difficult roads, nor the waterless deserts. Those were extraordinary hardy and strong-willed people. Among them was Marco Polo, a Venetian merchant ...
... compared to a train one! There was a double bed with a bunk above (we folded it away), and a king size single with a bunk above.
After going down to deck 9, and exploring all the cafes and facilities, we managed to snaffle a table right at the front (okay bow). Watched the world go by over a couple of drinks, and then watched as we left port. Last year we saw the birth of the Rhine, and this year we went out the mouth.
... Weather: warm but windy Average airspeed: 35-40km/h So it turns out the wind was really bad. From the first moment to the last, we were fighting against a head wind ranging from steady to really brutal. The start of the ride took us out of Brugge, on the side of a canal. We didn't have maps or a guidebook, but we did have a GPS file for guidance. Being awesome route planners, our strategy was to follow this canal to the sea, then find North Sea Route ...
near future;)Now some of you might be thinking China? What happened to Italy? I do want
to live there again one day. Also to become more fluent in the language. But
for now I accepted a job as an English teacher. A job that I really like. I am
going to work in a kindergarten focussed on English language training. So I
have a feeling my life is going to be filled with games and ...