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... about it in school before and it turned out to be just as I had pictured it. So quiet and relaxing to ride around in. The people who presented from the city did a really nice job and when we went out on our rides we saw some really beautiful apartments connected by bike paths and that was awesome. We also got to jump off this bridge (which, if you know me, I don't ever jump into water) into their lake and it was so hot outside ...
... out, Pat took the leap, and like dominos, we followed. Holly and I jumped off together and oh man what an incredible feeling.. I felt waves of incredible joy and nostalgia. The water was so warm. I felt like a kid myself floating through the water and feeling my hair drifting weightless around me. Place making: a bridge and warm, deep water... a nearby beach ...
... of the standing crowd and "so waar as wraggies" al die Suid-Afrikaanse ryers het ons gesien!!!!!Tired and exhausted by the nerves we strolled to get home. We were side tracked by spectators and admirers of MTN and the so very proud team principal. We walk to the busses but only found the team cars. We took our time getting home and then I knew, "One must always have a dream, an "impossible" dream and hand it over to God and He makes it ...
... but our bike tour guide just wanted to get out of the rain and for the whole two hours only stopped once to tell us about the area. I wasn’t complaining too much though, getting out of the rain seemed like a good idea to me. For the rest of the afternoon Ben and I walked around and had a look at the shops (also great shopping here, not cheap but a huge amount of stuff). We met everyone back at the camp and then headed to our final dinner at a Chinese restaurant ...
Cloudy with some drizzle, 19-22deg. The bikes stayed in the bike park today as we explored on foot. After brekky we caught the train to Alkmaar to watch the world famous Friday Cheese Market in the 'Weighing Square'. It first started about 400 years ago and the tradition has continued to this day, albeit with some theatrics for us tourists. Judging by the enormous crowd it is a very ...