Bilderberg Landgoed Lauswolt
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... busy making hay and growing potatoes, maize and wheat. These farmers can certainly farm well. At a small village we stopped for coffee and in the restaurant came across some posters showing the fish species that are caught in the region. I took photos for those of you that might be interested.
In one of the villages we came across an old windmill that was still working, so now we have official windmill ...
... decided to drop by at a massive home improvement center which has a display area of 15Ha. Just because of its sheer size we felt that it would be interesting to visit. I'm not really into shopping but we were certainly impressed by the amount of choice in furniture that one can buy in this kind of place. We certainly don't have any similar type of shop in South Africa.
On the way ...
... They are always willing to help and their Dutch language is close enough to Afrikaans that even I can understand them. The drivers of cars have a genuine respect for cyclists and always give way to us lessor mortals. When we are driving in our camper other road users are very considerate and courteous and so far "road rage" is unknown.
And so we rode and we rode and we rode. ...
... are very neat with straight lines and happy livestock. It appears that the region specializes in milk production which is, I guess, used to produce Dutch cheese. There are also a fair number of very fat sheep around that produce both wool and lamb chops.
Once we were back at camp, with fairly sore bums I might add, we discovered that we had no food. And so off to the nearest village for shopping followed by a braai and ...
... Wadden See is also
some 3 meters higher than the Ijsselsee. This is the main dyke that allows for
the existence of Holland as we now know it. Without this dyke, Rotterdam would
be in the sea. The wind here was so strong that we were struggling to walk
From here we moved on to Leeuwarden where we moved into a
really smart campsite surrounded by water. The ...