Van der Valk Hotel Groningen Westerbroek
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... busy making hay and growing potatoes, maize and wheat. These farmers can certainly farm well. At a small village we stopped for coffee and in the restaurant came across some posters showing the fish species that are caught in the region. I took photos for those of you that might be interested.
In one of the villages we came across an old windmill that was still working, so now we have official windmill ...
... decided to drop by at a massive home improvement center which has a display area of 15Ha. Just because of its sheer size we felt that it would be interesting to visit. I'm not really into shopping but we were certainly impressed by the amount of choice in furniture that one can buy in this kind of place. We certainly don't have any similar type of shop in South Africa.
On the way ...
... was nowhere to sit outside and we wanted lunch back at De Waegh. So we briskly walked back and ordered exactly what we'd had yesterday! Oh, and an apple crumble! Lovely natter, finalising possible Danish plans. Back to the van for Prison Break marathon followed by spicy sausage pasta, followed by a little more Prison Break, followed by an early night for a long drive ...
... We both agreed it's our favourite town on the tour so far. So pretty with the water running through it and there's just a really lovely vibe. Back to camp (via the dredger who had moved position and already filled an entire barge in a couple of hours) for Jon to crash whilst I watched Riddle of the Sands. Sorry dad, not a fan! Dinner prep then cooking of chicken satay (all fresh ingredients but jar sauce). ...
... says the campsite is "a stone's throw" from town and it couldn't be more true..... Even a girl could throw that stone! We instantly loved the feel here, even in the rain! We headed to the campsite reception and for a minute thought it was closed but saw someone inside and entered. (Harddraverspark, ACSI 244) What a greeting! Such a lovely lady who gave us advice on which pitch is best for space / sun and loads of information (in English for once) on the town ...