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... and radar bit of a naval ship had been installed on the concrete. Inside you got to climb around the interior with light and sounds giving it life. There were a bunch of screens on the bridge where there windows were, showing a turbulent ocean. Next we explored the 'HNLMS Schorpioen', a 145 year old Navy vessel. Armoured, the interior was nice kept with rooms dressed up as they used to be. There was ...
We had a lovely journey up to Den Helder, following the Nordsee Kanal, right through the bulbfields in full bloom! We arrived on Fri pm and went for a walk through the woods to the dunes. In the woods we walked by herons sitting in their nests at the top of the pine trees.
Once we got to the top of the dunes and down to the beach the ...
... t get seasick, the boat could successfully emergency stop and we got there in one piece- successful trip!
One very amusing thing that did happen after we had arrived on Wednesday is that Matt had to clean the waterline on the boat as a helicopter was coming to take pictures the next day. ...
... outside at 12 oclock not knowing why there was a general exodus. At midnight apparently, the background noise of fireworks turns into a war zone. I have never seen so many fireworks. It wasnt a city run boring safe display. It was every man jack of em with their own selection of things that go bang. Even the kids are allowed to play with them. it reminded me of playing with them as a kid in malaysia and australia ...
... like she had seen freddy kreuger and was feeding the fish already. A change of plan was in order. This means Red is in holland for xmas. The customs and imigration boys were on the pontoon before we had finished tying up. Apparently as we are out of season they take great interest. So they searched the boat and quizzed me. The older guy seemed to work out pretty quickly that we were no threat but the young blokes were slightly more ...