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... of fire, we were ready for our bike tours:
India, the Americas, the Silk Road ...
Last year we discovered the 4x4 in Australia.
And we were sold.
And now our Grey Nomad is almost finished.
Next year we begin our journey through Africa.
Travelling is learning to live. (Touareg proverb)
Who can travel far has a lot of stories.
The delusion of the traveler is that he is ...
... computer trying to clear all old files and photos to get it to work faster. Isi was doing puzzles till bedtime. When we went to bed the water was lapping against the hull and it sounded as though we were travelling, (John said “there was a mischievous Mermaid swimming around the Marina knocking on the hulls, trying to scare us sailors!” he has a furtive imagination) but it was just choppy. A look out of the window confirmed we were still securely ...
... to just eat in the hotels restaurant. It turned out to be very good with a few dishes I'd never seen before.
We later found out that two of the couples on our tour, the Swiss and the Aussies took the train to Dordrecht! Team Switzerland biked to Kinderdijk from Dordrecht after the rain cleared out and Team Australia biked around Rotterdam and told us they got just as wet. This was a conversation we had at the end of the tour and we had some ...
... I walked to the train. This time I sat with a group of French tourists who started dancing and singing. In addition a clown appeared and after half an hour or so the railway people started selling alpaca scarfs and sweaters. The stuff was beautiful and the prices all over a $100. I did buy one but not there, a simple probably fake alpaca, on a local market in Lima.
This time I only remained for 2 hours in the train, when I got out of the station a guide with my ...
Visited Rotterdam today with Annemarie and Sara. We went on a boat tour of the port in the Spido. It is so big and there was lots to see. It is the 3rd largest port in the world but it is the biggest importer of oil in the world. After the tour we went to Delft which is known as the university city so lots of bikes around from all the students. Plus it is where the famous Delft Blue ...