Landgoed de Rosep
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... two nights. Today we were packed up early and left, after breakfast at 8.45. It was very cold until the sun came out. With the help of a local, who told us to follow him, we reached the bike path along the canal again after having to leave it for a detour.. This was really easy until we came across a vast area of diggings where the canal was being widened. We then got a bit lost on the wide detour that ...
... safe but this screw system must be a more effective way to move the water.
Before going back to ST we went to the supermarket to stock up. Back at the marina John and Simon met the harbour master and paid for our nights stay including WiFi for €9.50. The man himself had worked for the ship building company that owned the marinas for 50 years and told us of some of his adventures across the globe. John asked him where he would like to ...
... out of the polder, collected in the ringvaart reservoir and led away through sluices to the river Lek. The network of windmills is a UNESCO world heritage site. I am so glad we got to see that. Can't go to The Netherlands and not see windmills.
On the big canal perpendicular to the smaller canal where the windmills had been built, a large multi-story river tour barge had come to dock. Loads of semi-drunken tourists were pouring off the barge when we rode past. On ...
... category, so we donned our rain coats and baseball caps and zoomed away as fast as we could. (Baseball caps keep the rain off our glasses). The road quickly took us into farmland, which is interspersed with little canals. But this water probably hasn't moved in a good long time and has a thick coating of green or red algae on top. We are currently navigating using the road signs, a guidebook, a map, and a route somebody did and put on the net. ...
I was glad he held my hand as the circles in the mountains made me dizzy.
Our journey continued through small villages where we waited for sheep and pigs to cross the roads.
It took about 1 hour to get to Moray the salt mines. They were salt baths like the ones at the dead sea only very small. These baths 1 by 2 meters were in a narrow valley at the end of a small underground river with hot very salt water.
I was told that ...