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... on the silks with my partner. We spent the first six weeks attempting to make my descent from the top look less like a dinosaur hatching out of an egg (his eloquent words, not mine) and more like a beautiful goddess emerging from the clouds. Of course, that mission was just barely accomplished and performed a measly two times before they realised the safety certificate on the aerials had expired a month previously and it could be a good idea to oh, say stop climbing ...
... so we thought ….. Soden’s! I think most people who know us would agree that eating at the pub was a fitting welcome to our family so we were really happy to do (almost) the same tonight. Although happy was not how we felt about it being our last meal together :(
The credits on the movie were just rolling when we arrived home, impeccable timing, so we shuffled the kids off to bed and sat around having an evening chat with Annette and Holger for the last ...
In what seemed like no time at all it was time to pick Mali up, so Lyndon and I headed off, on the way home getting Mali to show us a few of the local haunts such as her hockey grounds. It ended up being a very funny trip as Mali kept getting us lost, even turning us into a street that was very quickly a dead-end. The excuse was that she is usually on a bike and it all looks different when directing in a car but we were having none of that. Clearly she is just much ...
Wonderful morning. Cool with a blue sky and not a leaf stirring. Our steps are the only sounds as we haul our heavy backpacks up the stairs at Nieuw-Vennep station.
In spite of the propitious signs, our international train tickets cannot open the gates at the platform. To serve us better, the railways have removed all personnel and closed the platform with gates. The Decline And Fall of The Dutch Railways... (my intellectual friends will think of Edward Gibbon)
... Bev did a
little more damage to her credit card and we then boarded the bus again for the
harbour - for more spectacular sightseeing. At harbour and took a lift to 20
metres below sea level and then a tunnel to the other side of the harbour. What
a fantastic experience. After this we were meant to do a Maritime Tour however,
the bus had broken down and we were given compensation to do the tour ...