Van der Valk Hotel Emmeloord
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... will not have our laptop with us so it may take as a while to reply/post in general but I hope to be able to share this amazing adventure with all the friends and family both back home and all over the world. But first... A 16 hour flight via Singapore! Thankfully there is a gorgeous infinity pool awaiting our arrival at our hotel.
Daphne & Niall
... the fishing village including rope making, sail and net production; fish smoking, carpentry, blacksmithing, and many other occupations to support a village were available to see. Kathy has included a number of pictures to provide a sense of the place. Four hours touring flew by.
We left Enkhuisen for a short twenty minute drive to the seaport town of Hoorn. Once the headquarters of the Dutch East Indies trading company, ...
From Volendam we travelled across The Afsluitdijk which is a 27km man made road which divided the sea and created a giant lake whilst solving The Netherlands problems of continuos flooding. The Afsluitdijk was built in 1927 and was a great little addition to the road trip of The Netherlands. Our next ...
Lovely morning with Edwin Muriel Fleur and Sanne. Enjoying the sunshine and then packing the small bag for Turkey. Temperature will vary a bit so need summer and warmer clothes too. Thanks Edwin for the scenic trip to Spakenburg habour and market and the windmill at Bunschoten on the way to Lelystad. Spent the late afternoon in the garden with Mies and Hans, talking about the trip to ...
Today was a long drive (by Dutch standards anyway). We drove to Lelystad to see the replica of the VOC ship, Batavia. The replica took 10 years to build, and visited Australia in 2000 for the Olympic Games.
Also at the ship yard, they have another ship under construction, so it was very interesting to see how these ships were made. Interestingly, the original Batavia only took 9 months to ...