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Travel Blogs from Eindhoven
... his words cooked his testicles. Then today he paid 50 cents to go to the toilet, the door opened, the seat came down, it was wet so he dried it with some paper and as he went to sit on the seat he got a big surprise when he felt a huge burst of air on his exposed rear end. Apparently the air dries the seat. Then he couldn't get it to flush - finally he gave up and opened the door and the seat went up, ...
... walks are wonderful; large parks, extensive woodlands and to top it all lakes to swim in.
I mention Mevrouw's interest in art since it is becoming the theme to our meanderings through the Low Countries. Hieronymus Bosch, a 16th century artist and forerunner of surrealism is next on the agenda when we move further south but more later.
Whilst Mevrouw visits the Thursday market in Delft, Meneer en mij have some quality time together as we ...
... we spent the rest of the day in bed.
Guess what we actually met Judy and got a photo of her she said she does not have her photo taken but would make an exception for us so here we are the Two of us and we reckon she is a Spunk Bubble (ozzie for a real top lady).
Ok we are being packed away fro the trip to Edinburgh tomorrow so speak to you all soon
Cheers Baz and Taz
... surely kick us out. As an alternative we walked for about 5 minutes down the road and found a small forest to set up our tent. We slept in the tent overnight which was an adventure all on its own.
We woke up around 8, packed up our things and walked over to the airport for our flight to Dublin. As I mentioned we booked with a discount airline. ...
... were ordered to secure this bridge to allow the Allies to take supplies across the river.
The operation was suppose to take 2 days, before reinforcements arrived, therefore the soldiers were only carrying a limited supply of food, weapons and ammo. The reinforcements never came and these soldiers managed to hold on, hugely outnumbered, for about a week before the German troops overrun them and blew up the bridge.
After stopping for ...