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... a bit like a Butlins with everything possible going for it, but at least we have a pitch of our own tonight, as well as electric and showers and pancakes for dinner. I washed a few undies to keep us going until we get home and hung them up like flags from our chairs, luckily it was sunny and windy so hopefully all will be dry by bedtime.
Tomorrow we have to leave by about 12.00 to catch the ferry back to Harwich and then meet ...
... ate in parks, we ate in Bars, we ate in homes, we ate on the run, we broke bread with family we broke bread with new friends. We ate from the BBQ and the Big Green Egg.
Most of all we experienced Love, the love from a family who live too far away.
The clouds have opened today with heavy rain perhaps in sadness of us leaving or maybe joy of our departure. you decide.
Now for sunny Dubai to top up our tans.
Yay! Good morning Lord! So we went and had brunch at a Pancake cafe. I ordered a savoury pancake. I had a chicken Hawaiian. It had chicken, cheese,pineapple and pepper. There was only one waiter who was efficient but coulda do with a bit of customer service. He did a good job managing the amount of people both waiting and serving people. When we were done, we went back to our hotel because it started pouring down. ...
... of little squares which might be 1m squared in size and each square has a pattern or picture to represent a country and there's a key at each end to let you know which country is which square. On the walls, it's full of 17th century art work which is stunning to view. Some of the canvas' were massive!!! Out of the other end of this walkway was an 'I am sterdam' sign which we did the best panoramic Selfie with - see picture. We were freezing at this point however so ...
... The noted attraction was a fountain - a small statue of a cherub peeing - which according to local mythology saved the city from a dreadful fate by hosing down the enemy. Des was so moved by this powerful parable that he bought a brass bottle opener depicting this potent projection. The item in question will be available for inspection on your next visit to Burradoo. Then proceeded to Amsterdam which we both found as crowded, noisy, dirty and ...