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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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This morning we went to the island of Texel with Erma and her son Lando. The day was beautiful. The ferry ride was a quick one, only 20 minutes. The view was great, but the birds were the most interesting. People would feed them over the side of boat. The birds, mostly gulls, would fly next to the boat, jostling for position, in a magnificent display. It was not a busy day. We took a bus. In Den ...
... as Americans visiting a foreign country, perceive it to be. The Netherlands is a Western country, so we tend to forget that it is a foreign country. We don't take the stereotypes portrayed in Asian theater as a form of blatant racism, it is viewed as a part of culture that we, as people from a different culture, do not view the same way. Just because the Netherlands is in Europe doesn't mean we should view it any differently.
Final thought ...
... about what he is doing... and we talk to him about three times every week.
So we are counting down... and keep you posted!
An overview of the trip:
17 Augustus To Naples
21 Augustus To Key West
23 Augustus To Ocala
29 Augustus To Bangor
31 Augustus To Saint John
3 September Travelling in Canada
8 September To Bangor and flight back home
9 September arrival in ...
... and asked a liveaboard on a barge if we could raft off, which he agreed. He said it was only a 10 minute walk into Edam, but we could not be bothered. Isi tried repairing her camera to replace the broken LCD screen but failed at the first hurdle as 1 screw refused to come out. John set about replacing the plug and socket for the chart plotter whilst Jean read her book.
... a show for us tourists than a serious piece of business, but it’s great fun nonetheless.
In a big square beside an algae ridden canal (isn’t it a lovely shade of green?) and in front of the weighing house, huge rounds of cheese are laid out for auction, and then, presumably sold on the basis of so much a kilo.
They are carried on sledges to the scales in the weighing house ...