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Today is a busy day. On our way to Amsterdam we stopped in the province of Edam for a bike-a-dike ride. We cruised around the canals of the area and saw a few dikes. Our dike guide was a local, it seemed like he was high on life ... A very lovely fellow and he even came with clogs, Aimee couldn't believe it and had an urge to go stand on his toes, he took it quite well. The ride itself was very relaxing and enjoyable. Afterwards ...
Packed up and then played Buzz, a quiz game on the Play Station with Matthew and Hilde - I was even winning one game, before heading for the train. Matthew and Hilde have both been great. We really felt we got to know Hilde and now have seen heaps of The Netherlands, far more than most tourists who I suspect never get past Amsterdam. It was interesting being in Amsterdam on the Friday as it filled with tourists arriving for the weekend, mostly ...
... barge and headed.
Just up the road from where my machine fell over the satnav was telling me to turn right and so I did. Next I'm into a whole new complex of roads and the satnav is totally confused and simply showing me as being in a field.
I pulled over to try and get my bearings. Many of the old roads here had simply been closed and all this new set of roads opened so it was total nightmare for me. Over the far side was a m/way and so I simply headed for that. At ...
... the coastline over more bridges in balmy, sunny weather, with only a light breeze-which made it a perfect day for cycling all round! We booked into a campsite just southwest of Rotterdam in a place called Rockanje. It was such a lovely campground that we decided to have a rest day and stayed a couple of nights. The girls enjoyed swimming in the heated outdoor pool and trying to interact with the local kids using a smattering of English and lots of hand gestures!
... and this is the third room we've been in and it's a lovely hostel. We have good roommates & hot showers here so that's all that matters! Our first day we walked a far distance, an hour and a half to be exact to get to the market. It should of only taken half an hour but we took the scenic route ;). The market was very cool with lots of things like hot red wine, coconut balls, hot chocolate, homemade scarfs out of recycled materials, ...