Dirbach Plage Hotel
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... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
... it was in fact a small bar and restaurant, and that there were 2 others next door as well. We picked the quieter of the 3, which had a much more relaxed atmosphere in comparison to the hotel that we had fled, and was much more our kind of thing. Ness loved it as she was even able to order something small off the kids menu. Feeling happier with our tummies full, it was back to the campsite for our last night of camping and of the trip.
Lots of love,
Jess (and Ness) xx
... produce the blue porcelain which I liken to the willow pattern colourings we see in Australia. I thought of buying some coffee mugs but it would have costed a weeks pay, so we could only admire. The town of Delft is beautiful, picture post card stuff with canals and tree lined streets.
On Monday we left Amsterdam, we were sorry to go as the place had grown on us, but Luxembourg beckoned. There is a noticeable difference ...
Almost as soon as my exams came to an end, I made my second travel of the year, back to the Netherlands after less than 5 weeks in order to fulfil three tasks. To recover from the intense final weeks of university, to visit my good friends Roel and Sandy, and also to fill in one of the holes in my visited countries map.
Straight from winning at ...
... when we got there we realised that we would not be able to manoeuvre the caravan in and out, so we had to drive past along the village street looking for somewhere to turn round. No easy feat doing a U turn towing 25ft of caravan in a village street. We managed it without disaster and set off on the motorway towards the Fern pass, hoping that there would be fuel once we left the motorway to join the pass ...