Hampshire Parkhotel - Moorhof
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... We stopped and had coffee and delicious strudel at a cafe and searched about for where to eat tonight. Tiho's looks a good bet but will likely eat at the hotel as we are pretty tired now. It looks like rain but so far it's holding off. Weather is good with cloud and bits of sunshine. Well we did eat in the hotel restaurant and after using my language app I managed to order a ...
... She would put them against the tree and when they popped she would jump almost a foot in the air. It was the funniest thing!! This little Dutch lady, popping balloons and jumping. Rachel and I just laughed, and she joined us. We went to her house Thursday evening and enjoyed a lovely evening of citronella tea with her. She is very funny, and energetic, and calls herself a nomad. She lived in Scotland for eight years, and told us of some of the great places to go. She also brought ...
... I sneak into my room and wolf down some roggebrood (that is a kind of heavy rye bread for you non-Dutch readers), and yogurt. (Its called survival people, not necessarily "sneaking"). Oh right, I was talking about the typical day, sorry, didn't mean to get distracted... Where was I? Oh yeah, lunch time. Lunch consists of amazing homemade, sourdough, organic, spelt bread. Quite the great combination, I really love the bread, only problem is that is all ...
... than GP is capable of doing. Other than a couple of queues due to road works, we eventually arrived at the camp site only to find it closed until 19:00hrs; couldn't even get passed the barrier to set up.
Once the very 'enthusiastic' staff member arrived, we set up and settled down for the night after a BBQ and a few beers.
The 11 June saw ...
... in circles trying to get me back on but we were having no joy so we had to take a bit of a detour. Not exactly what we wanted on such a long drive. Again we got back on track and there was just time enough for one more missed turning before we eventually made it to the campsite at about 4.30 so it had been a long day. We parked up and then realised that we needed some money so we had to unpark and drive to the nearest bank and this involved driving very slowly around ...