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We pick up the travel blog having said farewell to Patty and Bob in Amsterdam and following a nice walk in Rembrandt Park by the hotel on Monday morning, we were picked up by our dear Dutch friend of 42 years - Puck and Ben Roncken who served in Moose Jaw in the early 70's where Ben was an exchange instructor pilot. They took us to their home in Roermond where we spent a very enjoyable and relaxing day and a half.
The pictures will attest to the beauty of this quaint ...
Another misty day, another excuse for a lie-in. Sandra wanted boiled eggs for breakfast but, alas, we have no "brood". I think the desire came from the bar last night that featured, yes, egg-cups by the thousand. We could offer 'em a couple of cheap plastic ones. Today's journey was rather uninteresting - dual carriageway, some motorway, lots of lorries, and the smell of cowshit. We followed Mr GPS through Eindhoven and out the other ...
... was ok, slept about 9 hours. Last night I only fell asleep around 6am, with the alarmclock on 8am. Sigh .... and because I was to lazy to put in my contact lenses I didn't even see the blood moon ;-(
That's the price to pay for a week I am afraid.
This week I am going to sort out my pictures and will try to write an entry about the European leg of the tour. Thanks for reading.
... I did not need 8 showers. Then Thierry van der Zwan and his offsider Tony arrived to do the preparation works for having an extra drawer inserted in the galley, the knobs changed and one other drawer modified slightly. This will give a little more capacity but make the whole place very much easier to use. In the afternoon (after an absolutely forgettable hamburger cooked in the Jachthaven) we went for a walk into town to investigate Kerkdriel. Nothing to write home about so I ...
... Jews were only here for a short time. The Jews were locked here in order to be re-educated by a very strong hand.
The prisoners received a cup of brown water called coffee for breakfast, a cup of colored water called soup (if you ere lucky, the soup had potato peelings or few kernels of corn), at 6 pm, you received a slice of bread. A prisoner made a measuring stick for making sure that all of the prisoners received the same size of bread. One piece of bread was divided in to ...