't Wapen van Marion
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... though everyone was so fast and wanted to get somewhere before they had even left! By about 19.30 we pulled into a restaurant area where we could park and sleep for the night. We were in Holland by this time but still needed to drive a little while longer.
We slept for the night, although Mike was watching two lads drive in and hover, change clothes and wander around, but eventually they settled ...
... bucket list...DONE! And worth it! A visit to the Kuekenhof is next, the biggest floral garden display in the world so they claim!
Bicycle trivia....there are 13 million bikes in Holland! nearly one for every person! Once you learn how to ride the bike, then learn the etiquette, it is like a dance! Cyclists have ultimate priority over all! ...
The last full day of my odyssey was, as so many boxing days around the world, for hanging out with friends, relaxing, eating, drinking and having fun. After a Skype with Mummy and the gang we were off to Cile's new abode, a place next to the old post office, which they will use until their new house is ready to move into. Cile and Hans were our host and other friends ...
This morning we went to the local children's farm. There they had goats, sheep, geese, guinea-pigs and of course bunnies. I said hello to the miniature pigs and went in to the cuddle corner where the rabbits and bunnies were. I started picking up the small bunnies and I gave them a nice long cuddle, then it was the turn for the big Flemish giants but they were harder to catch. They wriggled about so in ...
Had a really late sleep in today and went to the shops to get something's for dinner and for tomorrow. We went to see Berit who is oma's friend she has lots of chickens that we chased around. Me and oma also went to the butcher and it was very busy we got soup and meats for tomorrow. Tonight we went to a mass at the village church and although it was all in Dutch I enjoyed it and understood a little. For dinner we had venison (deer) and vegetables which was really nice. I enjoyed ...