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TravelPod Member ReviewsStayokay Texel Den Burg
Great food, yummy bear, comfy rooms... Just a great time all around.
Beautiful places to bike to and the town is super adorable.
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... not the height of the tourist season. Lined up against the dunes were blue and white sheds which people rented to keep their beach things. There were plenty of people actively tanning. We had a bit of a paddle before returning to the nearest bus stop. Bit of a wait then back to the ferry. The bus ride was a great way to see the countryside on the island. ...
... go straight to the partyisland Boracay and after that visit the beautiful nature on the island Palawan, where we will visit Puerto Princesa and El Nido. After that it's back to Manila for a few days and then back home.
I decided to start this travelblog to document my adventures for the homefront. The blog will be in English, so my non-Dutch speaking friends can also follow my trip and the preperations for ...
... mill area. Compared to Kinderdjik this place has less windmills, but you can see how Dutch clogs (wooden shoes) are made and also visit to see cheese making and taste different type of cheeses. If you are really interested only about windmills then perhaps Kinderdjik is better place, but if you want to see more of Dutch tradition then I suggest that you visit Zaanse Schans.
Our hotels was in Alkmaar and tomorrow you know ...
... to witness the world famous cheese market where the cheese carriers can be seen in action on the Waagplein square every Friday between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. during the summer (or so the guidebook says! Our Edam experience had prepared us to be wary about guidebooks.)
Cheese has been weighed in Alkmaar since 1635. The cheese carriers ...
Lonneke had arranged for us to go see her friend Peter's family at their local farm so we could see the Dutch countryside and get a little history lesson. Lonneke has her degree in geography so as we drove through the fields and canals and trees and farmhouses, she explained to us how the Dutch canal system worked. You could see how some parts of the land where much higher than others and which areas/fields/villages used to be completely covered by water. ...