Jagdhaus Kloster Barthe
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Arrived on time and bought a Dutch sim card for my phone. I'll be here for a while and lots of people to contact and it will be handy for transport apps to have a bit of data too. Then off to get a transport card for travelling on the trains and maybe buses too.
I found the right train with one change at Zwolle and then Rosa met me at Groningen train station.
It is great to be here and it is sunny and warm!
... Islands accessed by ferry and now UNESCO rated and protected.When the tide is out some can be accessed by a mud flat walk (about 6 kms) led by a nature park guide.Seals are seen sunbathing on the sand banks.These small island resorts are quite different to Australian coastal resorts.In places the foreshore sand is leased to companies hiring cane/canvas beach chairs called "Strandkorb"which seat 2 people.There are many little beach cafes selling ...
... t. As it was the beginning of a long week-end in Holland-and the cabins were fully booked-we had to bite the bullet & tackle the headwind across the bridge. Hannah did well to battle the elements & we finally made the crossing in 3 hours. We stopped for a snack and got out our stove to make ourselves some hot cuppas as a reward. The girls had fun rolling down a nearby dyke.
That afternoon we continued up the coast to the delightful town of ...
... up wicker double covered chairs which people hire for the day in the summer were scattered around. All in all a somewhat bleak beach with a long wharf reaching out into the sea at one end.
From here we moved on to Jever a small town renowned for its lager. Here we visited the Schloss (castle) which is a museum with a wide range of pictures & artefacts which had a wonderful. After a quick vist to the local church which housed a ...
... workshop for her Nip & Tuck session, we headed to the Hel Peninsula for a few days of R&R.
When you look at the map of Poland, look for Gdansk up on the coast and you will see that Gdansk is actually is in a bay and that there is a long, narrow spit of land which runs out into the Bay for 35 kms. Apparently, during the Soviet era, the entire Peninsula was closed as it was home to various military installations, but now it is a popular holiday ...