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... top connecting the 2 villages which is traffic free. It must have been over half a mile long with a big supermarket and other shops the other side of the dyke and where the traffic is.
John did the ice (we had no ice) bucket of water challenge as he had been nominated by daughter Emma who had been nominated by her sister Marie. Isi videoed it on the camera but we could not get it to load on to Facebook. Isi had ...
... compared to a train one! There was a double bed with a bunk above (we folded it away), and a king size single with a bunk above.
After going down to deck 9, and exploring all the cafes and facilities, we managed to snaffle a table right at the front (okay bow). Watched the world go by over a couple of drinks, and then watched as we left port. Last year we saw the birth of the Rhine, and this year we went out the mouth.
... en Rust, next to this place was a deer park and despite the rain I went to have a look. There were cute bunnies, goats, guinea-pigs, giant rabbits and sheep inside a farm building. Deer were outside in the rain. I stepped into the rabbit cage, picked one up, cuddled it, and put it back. Then the lady walked in and Papa asked if we could pick them up. She said no sorry you can't pick them up. Papa and I looked ...
... with a rather large green buoy a couple of feet from the door! John as ever the dinghy sailor, but had forgotten about the tide. (she says)
We came through the Krammersluis from the Oosterschelde (salt water) and on to the Volkerak (fresh water). The lock took 20 minutes and somehow it converts the salt water into fresh water before it lets us out so as cross contamination does not take place. We must look up how it does ...
Today we thought we would see a little bit of country land Holland. Netherlands isn't just the red light district and weed! Who would’ve thought hey?! We went to Alkmaar Schermerhorn. They have 3 windmills and one is still working and operational. We were able to go into the windmill which was 3 stories high and see how it all worked and how it was laid out back in the days. These ...