Koffiehuis & Hotel 't Volkshuis (The Public House)
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... need to be aware of them as they seem to monopolise the "footpaths".
Passed a restaurant which I translated from the Dutch as pancakes but within a mile, there was another (both busy) so there couldn't possibly be two pancake joints within such a short distance, could there? Well, actually, the Dutch MUST love their pancakes cos that's all they did, sweet, savoury, starter main and dessert, if ...
... do (see day 74 – May July 3 the story which mentioned an anal retarded man posing as a friendly tour guide)
Eddy and I exchanged our experiences and found that the events had brought us closer together as we were also able to discuss our personal life at close range. Eddy and I are leaving the same day to go home. I had hoped that we may even be on the same plane but alas he I am leaving mid morning via Singapore and he is leaving around six via ...
... out to the windmills was a couple of km each way, so a Nanna nap was in order. John didn't go on the tour but thought he needed a Nanna nap as well.After we returned the obligatory life vest drill was on then lunch was served, once again on the terrace or the dining room. At 4pm there was a Dutch afternoon tea serving yummy treats. There are probably only a dozen Aussies on board, the same of Poms, and ...
... as he'd found it. That, of course, deserved a tip as he'd
prevented us a great deal of stress and hassle on the first day.
We were met at the airport by Made, our
driver to the villa. Made was friendly and helpful. He drove us to
the villa where we arrived after a 3.5 hour journey. The worst part
was the mountain stretch with lots of switchbacks and kamikaze
drivers overtaking us on blind bends. I couldn't see if there ...
... the Waal canal - this entrance looked miniature, a quite narrow entrance - it feels like a doll-size country. And then we (well, they, because by then iI am having a nap) get into the Ijssel river after seeing a large bunker from the Second Great War. As we go, Afie tells us stories her father and mother told her about their war days. Holland was the first country the Germans invaded on the west front in 1940 - thinking it would be easy because Dutch were friends. ...
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