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... out this Dutch city, where the first thing you see is that everyone rides a bike. We are told most Dutch residents own an average of 3 bikes. And that is how they get around. Gas is about $10 per gallon. This is another small town that we were able to cover most of the main town center with about 1 1/2 hour walk. The people is much more mixed than the German towns we visited so far. More nationalities. The tour and crews all ...
Oom Fran's and Tante Clara drove me to the train station arriving half an hour early than planned which was great. Stopped off in Amersfoort central station to meet Muriel to get my mail and enjoy a chat and a drink! Then onto Heereveen train station to be met by Anneke and driven to ...
... in such a lovely way together as they were today. So Jess and I took our time getting up and just lazed about and then unfortunately it started raining quite heavily. It was at the point that we decided that perhaps a bike ride would not be such a great idea. The girls carried on playing so Jess decided she would do some work and I just faffed about and did not much really. Eventually the playing started getting ...
... hour also means that there's a lot of traffic. Every turn we make and every highway we take we're accompanied by dozens of commuters on way to their work. Ilk at them in their cars, in their office suit. Some visibly irritated by the jam, others clearly used to mornings like this and talking to their Bluetooth headset or singing a long with the radio.I envy the happy ones and would like to cheer up the depressed. The bigger goal of my stay in Iceland is to be part of the happy ...