NH Jan Tabak
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... 190 passengers but because of the maiden voyage they limited to 174 passengers so that there would be room for Viking dignitaries and a less passengers to look after. After we checked out our cabin we went for a lovely lunch on the back deck while we watched the water traffic go by. There were four other ships lined up side by side and we actually had to walk through one of the other ships to get to ours. Well ...
... a cop in the road flagged down one of the buses for us. Back on our way, we couldn't really tell what caused the blockage, I was hoping for something ridiculous like a herd of cows. Arriving to Marken felt as if we were entering the Dutch Disneyland. All the houses were a bright green with white trim and green yards. The first shop you pass is a clog making shop. We skipped that by and headed for the harbor, curious what this little town had ...
... my windows and pull the drapes to even consider falling sleep. I had to rest before I woke up in a few hours...
You can take the girl out of American, but you can't keep her from the NBA finals! That's a saying, right?
Lance and I woke up at 3a to watch the NBA finals! I will admit, we were rooting for the Spurs and the Heat won, but it was a good (yet anticlimactic) game and we felt ...
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I woke up really early, just before 0500 and showered to wash the sticky off me from a humid-night's sleep. By some sheer chance of luck I figured out the water nozzles, they are very different from the US and I wasn't going to wake up Kit to ask him how to do it. I decided to try curly hair today since it is so humid and my hair likes to fro and friz under those conditions :)
My butt hurts. FYI, TMI? That ...
... ONE wears a helmet! Naughty. You can see in this photo the view from the porch on the second story of the house, it is so green and there is a young lady on her bike just peddling around (most people riding have near-perfect posture - she doesn't but the majority do!). People peddle at a leisurely pace, no one really ever seems in a hurry to get anywhere.
Cars here are small and compact, many Smart ...