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Tue Jul 29
-we had a solid night of sleep although it was warm. We found out why on checkout. The walls are thick and take a long time to cool off. Given the recent warm weather the rooms were very warm.
-we checked out and cycled into the old town center. First we stopped at the VVV, the town info center. It was a good ...
... thinly populated agricultural area. In other words, not much to see unless you like horses, cows, and goats. We lucked out in the fact that it stopped raining by the time we climbed onto our bikes. What we hadn't counted on were strong headwinds for a good part of the first leg of our journey. After a quick break in Dinteloord, we made our way to Vlietdijk where VBT had set up a picnic lunch. If you liked mayonnaise on ...
... is without doubt the neatest place I’ve ever been – immaculate gardens , 'window displays’ in every house, picture perfect pastures and tip top tidy roads and pathways perfect for a cruise.
We bought fresh strawberries and saw more adorable windmills and drove passed painters set up in the street and a lady walking her pony whilst riding a bike. Also we saw camels which messed with the image just slightly! Sten packed ...
... ours, Theo van Steensel and his wife Nettie. They surprised us by taking us out for an almost 3-hour lunch at an super deluxe restaurant. In spite of Carla starting to feel the signs of a major cold coming on quickly, we thorougly enjoyed the time spent and seeing our friends! We thank them very much for the good time!
Theo and Nettie then were kind enough to drop us off at the next stop: Rob's cousin Dineke and husband ...
... when he was eleven. He remembers the village having one street, that’s all. He is very happy and blessed to have moved to such a great place, well aware that anywhere would have been better than where he was born. His whole family moved here – grandparents too. So having your old family in a new town helps make it feel like home faster and easier. Either that or you have small pockets of different communities in the one city. Like Melbourne. Like everywhere. He knows ...