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... was not one day I didn't enjoy, I have so many memories that I will always treasure and I wish I could do it all over again. It crazy to realize just how fast time goes when your having fun, and it makes you realize even more that you must always live for the moment and enjoy life as it comes, and make the most of everyday and every opportunity. Sadly, this was one adventure over, but it was time to look forward and be excited as my next journey was about to start.
... jewels in the
crown of Holland, and quite unspoilt by tourism, along with Edam, which we love but didn’t visit
again this time. Probably the tour busses can’t get into the narrow streets.
Some of those seen before on previous visits
which are also very pretty but ...
... kids playing in a shallow pool area, but it didn't take long for us to get lost. We took a few wrongs turns here and there but finally made it to the big windmill. The tour of the brewery didn't start for another hour so we had a bit of lunch next door and quenched our thirst with a beer whilst we wait. Lunch was very nice, and once finished we walked next door to collect our tokens for the tour and our free drink. The man taking the tour was very good, made a ...
... We leave in the morning to go to Paris for two days and then off to Bart and Tini's summer home for five days. Should be a great time. Bart and Tini have shown us some great places in Holland that we wouldn't of seen without them. Fun times and more to come. The alligator made an appearance before I left Holland so check out the pictures to find him.
... clothes, accessories, whatever. Ramsey must have internally sunk when he saw my dimples deepen, and my notorious weakness for cheap-buys jump for joy. The kind of excitement that my dimples cannot hide. To his advantage, there were plenty of traditional, greasy food trucks that he, too, couldn't resist. So we were at impasse. We made a compromise: he picked the food truck, our lunch, and we would wait on shops to eat in the shade. We did just that. Our lunch was ...