Postillion Hotel Haren Groningen
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Today we drove over the famous Dike that was built to help drain The Netherlands. It uses special locks that uses the tide and allows water to leave but not enter. The dike is over 30 km long. Without the dike and lock system, Netherlands would loose 1/4 of their land area.
... Mid August (well at least that's what I think the sign said!) No problem, I had found somewhere else, (Inventive Repair - http://www.inventiverepair.nl/nl/home.h tml) but that was 40mins back towards Amsterdam. Not a problem of they can help, after all I've not got all the time in the world. 2 hrs later and 120euros lighter they had fixed the bed by putting in a stronger bracket, clamped the broken window shut and sent me off to the nearest garage - Hylkema Peugeot - ...
... speciaity"fischbrotchen",a bread roll with about 3 pieces of slimy,cold fish.Don't mention to Roger ,he is still trying not to gag after eating one! The islands are a different and interesting envirionment,prime holiday spot for Germans,with very few English speaking visitors . We enjoyed riding bikes along the canals in this interesting small town but are starting to yearn for Phillip Island again and looking forward to moving on to ...
... said he felt like someone had put an axe in his head (that would have been one of those darn injuns from last night) John cooked us bacon & eggs, then we decided to try for the earlier ferry. I drove!
Got on the boat with a few other teams, have just seen the forecast at home and it's not good. It looks like we've missed the heatwave. Damn. But we have seen some amazing sights, and done some really great things, made some good friends - ...
... or distance). We also discovered that Norway doesn’t have Highways – at least not what we would call highways. And we were amazed to discover that Norway has spent millions of Krones (they don’t have the Euro) on replacing ferries and building either bridges or tunnels between the islands and the mainland. But this hasn’t done away with all the ferries, so to get to the Lofoten Islands from Tromso, we could either drive ...