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... Enschede town centre; a very busy and pleasant place; even the Navigator managed to buy 2 bikinis! Even managed to persuade her to get into the heated pool on the site. However, it wasn't heated enough for liking so the experience was short lived...hey ho!
An evening cycle and then packed, ready for the off to meet Adam and Josie near Brugge tomorrow.
... the Dutch are wonderful and have absolutely no expectation that you will speak their language and converse happily and fluently in the Queen's own English! By the time we reached Kinderdijk the temperature was reaching the dizzy heights of 30° and we opted for the canal cruiser option rather than the drag yourself along the path beside the canal option!! The main reason for visiting this place is to see a collection of ...
... over the years. It was really interesting and so well done. The idea of the museum is that you see everything that happens overground and then you go underground. So we followed the tunnel below ground and spent ages discovering the second fascinating displays. More creatures and lots of skulls and fossils, an exhibit on water and human use / waste of water and how the waterways get polluted. Fascinating stuff. Definitely worth a visit - fab for kids. We finished the tour ...
... we could camp and gave us an A4 info sheet but said we had to go back at 7 to pay. "You don't want to talk to me do you?!" "No!" We chose our pitch (16) and set off for a walk to the main area where there's the Visitors' Centre and the Museonder. It's 5km to the centre but nice and flat. We discovered from a distance an odd wooden picture frame in the ground and a couple pulled over taking photos of it / through it. "Weirdos" we thought. ...
Highlights of the day included a chap walking in clogs, two blokes dressed up in matching dresses and wigs, a man wearing Union Jack everything - shirt, shorts, socks, hat - the windmill man I saw last year, and a garden party we passed where everyone was dressed as hippies.
I didn't talk to many people, possibly because I was sporting a Union Jack flag and I wonder if it put people off talking to ...