Landgoedhotel Villa Vennendal
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... the whole time.
This did not deter us from exploring the sights. We saw all the famous windmills which were built after 1574.
The following is the list of windmills
De Huisman: The Houseman, a mustard mill
De Gekroonde Poelenburg: The Crowned Poelenburg, a swamill
De Kat: The Cat, a dyemill
Het Jonge Schaap: The Young Sheep, a swamill
De Os: The Ox, ...
... for Stanley and Rory to pick us up. We stayed in a really cute Dutch house. The flowers in the garden were beautiful and the stairs were typical of Holland, incredibly steep and narrow! Within a couple of hours of returning to Carla's family we got news of the Ukraine plane crash. It was very sad to hear of it. We fly to Dubai from Frankfurt with Emirates so we are all ...
... and change the method that you react to them so you don't automatically start smoking. You must find other activities to think about or do, to adopt your brain off smoking during those occasions.
Once you feel an overwhelming urge to smoke, use the delay tactic. By telling yourself you may check back in 10 mins to ascertain if you continue to desire a cigarette, you will usually avoid the craving. If ...
... came home and now it is time for dinner. I hope to be alive to blog for you all tomorrow, luckily I am starting to feel better 8 hours later. Tomorrow, Utrecht!
Mindfulness Moment: The market is busy! It smells like sweet fresh fruit near the produce stand, and the mango is so sweet. It is soft and just a tad chilled above room temperature, I almost lost it in transfer from the small plate to my mouth because it was so slippery. ...
... and our latest find, stroop (caramel syrup) waffles (in fairness, Sally had introduced us to these in Scotland). The cycle back to camp was just as pleasant as it had been earlier that morning and just outside Volendam, we were forced to stop because there was a road race going on. Just as in the Tour, we saw large groups of cyclists whizzing by us followed by numerous cars with spare bicycles. I asked someone standing nearby what race this was and they informed ...