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... that aside from Mosques it was going to be shorts for the summer. (Experiment: take a backpack, and your best pair of jeans and take a walk on a hot June day..)
But yeah, Primark is the surprise new attraction for the slightly bored inhabitants of the Netherland's third biggest city. Judging by the guttural shouts of delight and flying Minions shirts it seems it might be here to stay.
... oblivious to the fact a wolf disguised as a mormon in full suit and tie is lurking outside their front door. Hopefully when I get to Brasov the Wolf and Bear Sanctuary will readdress the balance a bit.
So yeah, I got back to Eindhoven, got lost in blistering temperatures with a heavy backpack, spent too much money on a taxi and went to sleep.
... hotel. I was expecting to be ejected any minute, but we finished our picnic and walked back onto the street. Eventually, by asking again we came through Krefeld and had our first glimpse of the Rhine. We could not ride along the river as we had hoped, but had to divert away to pass all the heavy industry spread out on the waterfront. We found a bike shop as I needed a new inner tube after my valve snapped off on the first day. This was closed for lunch so we ...
... Here's a lovely baroque church we visited , contrasted with the modern church in which Linda is a pastor.
Saying goodbye was hard, but we consoled ourselves with the prospect of the exciting adventure that lay before us: crossing the Channel to England!
... in Italy, so I know a few words and phrases (like 'buon natale' and 'grazie') and Flemish is remarkably similar to English, so we all did our best.
There was a ridiculous amount of food. I thought all the food we had at Grandma's every year was a lot...all of that would just be an appetizer to Frank's family. Everything was so delicious, it was hard to stop eating, even when my stomach was on the brink ...