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... from… a cultural delight. However, minutes later I found myself pushing through the crowds of tourists carrying bigger cameras than the size of their heads. No one, like literally no one looked like a typical Frisian local which I saw on the pictures of Google, unless they changed their appearance and wear socks in sandals, sunglasses and carry around a huge piece of chunk which is worth more than my house. Everywhere I looked ...
... that camp site was full, due to a bike race meeting in Assen, so we were meeting at Brugge instead. We decided to go into Delft en route. It's a lovely, typically dutch town, loads of waterways, bikes & flowers. There was an antiques market on (every Saturday from March
- October) so we had a happy couple of hours mooching. Bought some prezzies then went to a supermarket for some beer etc for the barbeque & western evening tonight. It ...
... which turns out is as unique as my website research led me to believe. I wandered down Bergmannstraße, which is a street full of really cool and unusual shops and restaurants, bought some postcards and had lunch at Knofi. What makes this neighbourhood so interesting is that it is inhabited by 30% Turkish immigrants, which really has an influence on the shops and restaurants in that area - it was really cool to experience something like that in ...
... is the only one in Norway! Also, the kings of Norway are still crowned in Trondheim, so we got a chance to see the crowns, etc of the Norwegians Kings & Queens.
Again, at Kyle’s suggestion, on leaving Trondheim we headed to the Atlantic Ocean Road. This is an engineering feat – a big tunnel and a number of bridges that join some islands to the mainland. We were lucky because on the day that we drove the Atlantic Ocean ...
... this part of England, we discovered an Otter Sanctuary. That’s right, MJ is a sucker for Otters! After struggling with the English concept of directions, we managed to find it and arrived in time to observe Feeding Time. It’s only a small concern, but well worth a visit. They do some great work rehabilitating injured otters and releasing them back into the wild.
We had arranged to spend a few nights in Exeter and got rooms in one of ...
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