Van Der Valk Hotel De Molenhoek
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... the sun for a couple more weeks to go, after that it will be slowly becoming winter in Cape town. Luckily for me winter happens to be the best time to surf in Cape town, and I’m going to try and be a pro surfer after 5 months. Too bad there are a lot of sharks to but he, that’s a pretty cool we to go I would say ;)
So lots of adventures to come and I’m going to share them with you right here.
Lots of love,
... America I had lunch at, of course, Taco Bell. It was a new experience for me, and I must say, not bad.
After this culture-shock it was time for me to get back to hitching. One shorter ride later I found myself at a gas station along the highway leading to Belgium. Just as I had spotted all the Swiss and Germans in Bologna, here I spotted a very distinct type of number plate: Dutch. I adopted the same tactic of waiting, and before too long I got a ride. The people ...
... work. We needed a disc holder for the drill, we have lots of discs for sanding and light grinding but no holder, so we came back to Eldarado’s chandlery but they did not sell them (they sold the disc though). They told us there is a Praxis store 3k away ,we take the boat to Mook and then it is only 2k to cycle. We went to Mook for some beer etc then travelled 2k up the river to Heumen to see if ...
... cooking up a huge amount of Shwarma for everyone. Rob met many old-time friends and had a great time. Sandra and I felt pretty tired and cold, since the weather wasn't great, and the party was mostly outdoors, so we sent home pretty early - Rob and Cees stayed the remainder of the evening, and didn't feel a whole lot of pain when they got home!
The next morning Cees drove us to the airport, and we had a very pleasant flight home, no irritating people on ...
Doorn, new name for the old town Thornheim, is a gracious small village surrounded by woodland. The main attraction of this small village is the Huis Doorn, last residence of the last German Kaiser, Wilhelm II.
After the German defeat in World War l, Wilhelm flew to the neutral Netherlands and he lived on this estate in the Utrecht Hills from 1920 to 1941. In Doorn he surrounds himself with ...